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'''Fact:''' As of 2012 Fusion shot simulations at 60 to 70 million amperes are showing a 100 to 1000 fold return on input energy
'''Worldwide Installations able to produce ICF'''
* National_Ignition_Facility at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Ignition_Facility ]
* Laser_Megajoule in Bordeaux, France  [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laser_M%C3%A9gajoule ]
'''Z-Pinch/X-Pinch worldwide Installations'''
*Sandia National Laboratories, '''Z machine''' (1996): 18 MA 100 ns  [http://www.sandia.gov/z-machine/]
*Sandia National Laboratories, '''ZR (Refurbished)''' (2006): 27 MA, 95 ns
*Sandia National Laboratories, future '''ZN (Z Neutron)''': 20 and 30 MJ per short
*Sandia National Laboratories, future '''Z-IFE (Z-inertial fusion energy)''': 70 MA, 1 PetaWatt
*Sandia National Laboratories, '''SATURN''': 8 MA
*27 MA, 95 ns, '''ZR''' at Sandia National Laboratories, USA [http://www.sandia.gov/z-machine/]
*4 MA, 100 ns, '''ANGARA-5-1''' at TRINITI, Russia  [http://www.triniti.ru/Triniti_eng/Base1.html]
*1.5 MA, 300 nsec, '''Dense Z-pinch''' at Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC, USA [http://wwwppd.nrl.navy.mil/branches/6770/]
*1.4 MA, 150 ns,  '''MAGPIE''' at Imperial College, London [http://dorland.pp.ph.ic.ac.uk/magpie/experiments/Generator.html]
*1.2 MA, 90 ns, '''Zebra''' at University of Nevada, USA [http://www.ntf.unr.edu/zebra.php]
*1 MA, 50 ns, '''Gamble II''' at Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC, USA [http://wwwppd.nrl.navy.mil/branches/6770/] 
*1 MA, 95-180 ns, '''COBRA''' at Cornell University, USA [http://www.plasmacenter.cornell.edu/cobra.html]
*1 MA, 100 ns, <span style="color:OrangeRed">'''MAIZE (LTD)'''</span> at University of Michigan, USA [http://www-ners.engin.umich.edu/labs/plasma/Research/ZPinch.html]
*1 MA, 50 ns, '''QiangGuang-1 (QG-1)''' at Institute of Northwest Nuclear Technology, Xi'an, China
*Institute of High Current Electronics, Tomsk, '''Compact submicrosecond, high current generator''':  650 kA, 390 ns
*Florida A&M University, '''CePaST X-Pinch System''': 500 kA, 1.3 us [http://www.physics.famu.edu/cepast.php]
*Cornell University, '''XP Pulser''': 450 kA, 50 ns [http://www.plasmacenter.cornell.edu/XPPulser.html]
*Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, '''Llampüdkeñ''': 400 kA, 250 ns
*Beijing, China, '''PPG-1''': 400 kA, 100 ns
*University of California, San Diego, '''GenASIS''': 210 kA, 150 ns [http://fbeg.ucsd.edu/machines.shtml]
*University of California, San Diego: '''X-Pinch Pulser''': 80 kA, 50 ns [http://fbeg.ucsd.edu/machines.shtml]
*Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, '''GEPOPU''': 180 kA, 120 ns
*Imperial College, London: 320 kA, 1.2 us
*Imperial College, London: '''Table-top X-pinch''': 40 kA, 30 ns
*Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France, '''LC''': 200 kA, 200 ns
*France?, '''PIAF''': 250 kA, 180 ns
*CIAE, China, '''Light II-A''': 200 kA
*Beijing, China, '''Table Top''': 100 kA, 60 ns, 2m x 1.1m x 1.2m
*Institute of High Current Electronics, Tomsk, '''Compact Pulse Generator''':  300 kA, 200 ns, 70 kg
*P.N.Lebedev Institute, Moscow, '''Bin''': 270 kA, 100 ns
*P.N.Lebedev Institute, Moscow, '''Don''': 150 kA, 30 ns

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