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|Healthcare|Chantilly, VA 20151

13935 Willard Rd, Chantilly, VA 20151

(703) 378-4882

http://hyperv.com/

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a year ago

06/13/2019, 01:07 AM
HyperJet Fusion Corporation Receives New Management CHANTILLY, Virginia U.S.A. June 13, 2019: HyperJet Fusion Corporation www.hyperjetfusion.com announced today that Dr. Y. C. Francis Thio, who had previously served as CEO & Chief Scientist, has elected to resign from the company to pursue an external opportunity. Effective immediately, Dr. F. Douglas Witherspoon will serve as the new CEO & Chief Scientist of HyperJet Fusion Corporation. Mr. Christopher J. Faranetta will serve as Vice President. About HyperJet Fusion Corporation: HyperJet Fusion Corporation was established in May of 2017 following a merger with HyperV Technologies Corp. of Chantilly, Virginia U.S.A. The company produces a range of high performance plasma railguns which have game changing applications in fusion energy development, defense and space. For more information please visit our website at: www.hyperjetfusion.com or contact: info@hyperjetfusion.com
HyperV Technologies Corp. on Facebook

a year ago

06/13/2019, 01:00 AM
Six new HJ-1 plasma guns on the Plasma Liner Experiment (PLX) at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Future Technology on Facebook

3 years ago

11/29/2017, 10:40 AM
Here are some video clips from our prototype high speed camera which is capable of making movies of extermely fast bright events at 100 million frames per second. Please note that these videos are from early tests of the prototype camera and at that time we had minor triggering issues with some of the pixels in the frames. The first video clip is of a computer fan spinning at 5,500 RPM at a frame speed of 100 million frames per second. If you look carefully you can see the rapidly spinning fan blades barely move. The clips following the fan are of hypersonic plasma traveling at speeds of 50 km/s or 111,847 mph. Note: We had to decrease the frame speed of the camera in order to show more motion in the plasma. Let us know what could you use this camera for. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lwh3usPEFWI&feature=youtu.be
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Anonymous on Facebook

3 years ago

11/29/2017, 00:02 AM
Here are some video clips from our prototype high speed camera which is capable of making movies of extermely fast bright events at 100 million frames per second. Please note that these videos are from early tests of the prototype camera and at that time we had minor triggering issues with some of the pixels in the frames. The first video clip is of a computer fan spinning at 5,500 RPM at a frame speed of 100 million frames per second. If you look carefully you can see the rapidly spinning fan blades barely move. The clips following the fan are of hypersonic plasma traveling at speeds of 50 km/s or 111,847 mph. Note: We had to decrease the frame speed of the camera in order to show more motion in the plasma. Let us know what could you use this camera for. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lwh3usPEFWI&feature=youtu.be
Anonymous on Facebook

3 years ago

11/08/2017, 01:06 AM
"Dr. Y. C. Francis Thio and Dr. F. Douglas Witherspoon turn the spotlight on how lower-cost pathways to fusion energy can be attractive to investors." https://www.openaccessgovernment.org/entrepreneurial-opp…/…/
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