Ivy Mike was the codename given to the first full-scale test of a thermonuclear device , in which part of the explosive yield comes from nuclear fusion. It was the first full test of the Teller—Ulam design , a staged fusion device. Due to its physical size and fusion fuel type cryogenic liquid deuterium , the "Mike" device was not suitable for use as a deliverable weapon. It was intended as a "technically conservative" proof of concept experiment to validate the concepts used for multi- megaton detonations. As a result of the collection of samples from the explosion by U. Air force pilots one of whom died in the process , scientists found traces of the isotopes plutonium and plutonium , and confirmed the existence of the predicted but undiscovered elements einsteinium and fermium. Beginning with the Teller—Ulam breakthrough in March , there was steady progress made on the issues involved in a thermonuclear explosion and there were additional resources devoted to staging, and political pressure towards seeing, an actual test of a hydrogen bomb. Truman a model of what the Ivy Mike device would look like; the test was set for November 1, One attempt to significantly delay the test, or not hold it at all, was made by the State Department Panel of Consultants on Disarmament , chaired by J. Robert Oppenheimer , who felt that avoiding a test might forestall development of a catastrophic new weapon and open the way for new arms agreements between the two nations.
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Ivy Mike Test: Mike Time: The device was designed by the Panda Committee directed by J. Carson Mark at Los Alamos Teller declined to play a role in its development. The Running down the center of the Dewar was a plutonium "spark plug" rod to ignite the fusion reaction. The inside surface of the casing was lined with sheets of lead and polyethylene to form the radiation channel that conducted heat from the primary to the secondary. The entire device weighed 82 tons. The enormous explosion was the 4th largest device ever tested by the U. The island the test device was installed on, Elugelab code named Flora , was entirely destroyed.
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Ivy Mike was a hydrogen bomb that ushered the world into the thermonuclear age on November 1, Built under the Truman administration, Ivy Mike was - at its construction - the largest, heaviest and most powerful bomb in existence. The device detonated in the test, nicknamed "The Sausage", was the first true hydrogen bomb ever tested, that is, the first thermonuclear device built upon the Teller-Ulam principles of staged radiation implosion.
Ivy Mike was the codename given to the first test of a thermonuclear device, in which part of the explosive yield comes from nuclear fusion. The device was the first full test of the Teller-Ulam design , a staged fusion bomb, and was the first successful test of a hydrogen bomb. Due to its physical size and fusion fuel type cryogenic liquid deuterium , the Mike device was not suitable for use as a weapon; it was intended as an extremely conservative experiment to validate the concepts used for multi-megaton detonations.