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Enhanced transport in tokamaks due to toroidal ripple

A. H. Boozer

Enhanced transport in tokamaks due to toroidal ripple

by A. H. Boozer

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Plasma Physics Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Princeton, N. J, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tokamaks

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    StatementAllen H Boozer, Princeton University, Plasma Physics Laboratory
    SeriesPPPL : 1619
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Energy, Princeton University. Plasma Physics Laboratory
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14882577M

    2 TH/ poloidal flux function at the singular surface, Ψ is the helical flux function, qS is the safety factor and qs ′ = dq/dr at ψ S, respectively. The helical angle ξ = m (θ - ζ / qS) in which ζ, is the toroidal angle. It is clear that toroidal symmetry in B is broken in tokamaks due to the presence of the islands. Toroidal rotation is critical to the experimental control of tokamaks: the magnitude of rotation is known to affect resistive wall modes [1, 2], while rotation shear can decrease microinstabilities and promote the formation of transport barriers [3, 4].File Size: KB.

    Keywords Tokamak, Toroidal Field Ripple, Plasma Internal Inductance 1. Introduction Usually tokamaks plasma equilibria are investigated as two-dimensional (axisymmetric) systems. Although this symmetry offers many advantages for its analysis, but realistic tokamaks consists of finite number of Toroidal Field (TF) coils. Tokamak, Device used in nuclear-fusion research for magnetic confinement of plasma. It consists of a complex system of magnetic fields that confine the plasma of reactive charged particles in a hollow, doughnut-shaped container. The tokamak (an acronym from the Russian words for toroidal magnetic.

    Enhanced transport in tokamaks due to toroidal ripple A. H. Boozer Phys. Flu (). Classical diffusion in the presence of an X point S. P. Auerbach and A. H. Boozer Phys. Flu (). Neoclassical transport in helically symmetric systems A. Pytte and A. H. Boozer Phys. Flu (). File Size: KB. Up-down symmetry of the turbulent transport of toroidal angular momentum in tokamaks Felix I. Parra,1,2 Michael Barnes,1,2,3 and Arthur G. Peeters,2,4 1Rudolf Peierls Centre for T.


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Enhanced transport in tokamaks due to toroidal ripple by A. H. Boozer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Enhanced transport in tokamaks due to toroidal ripple. [A H Boozer; United States. Department of Energy.; Princeton University.

Plasma Physics Laboratory.]. A method for evaluating transport in nonsymmetric systems is developed and applied to a previously little studied ripple collisionality regime of tokamaks.

This collisionality regime, the ripple plateau, is the regime of primary importance both for present day and reactor scale by: The results can be directly applied to related systems like the toroidal Z pinch. A method for evaluating transport in nonsymmetric systems is developed and applied to a previously little studied ripple collisionality regime of tokamaks.

A method for evaluating transport in nonsymmetric systems is developed and applied to a previously little studied ripple collisionality regime of tokamaks. This collisionality regime, the ripple plateau, is the regime of primary importance both for present day and reactor scale tokamaks.

The transport of injected beam ions due to toroidal magnetic field ripple in the mega-ampere spherical tokamak (MAST) is quantified using a full orbit particle tracking code, with collisional slowing-down and pitch-angle scattering by electrons and bulk ions taken into account.

Enhanced ion transport due to toroidal field ripple is a concern in the design of tokamak power reactors. This concern is quantified for advanced fuel cycle applications where Enhanced transport in tokamaks due to toroidal ripple book simultaneous requirement of highnτ and highT makes the constraint on deviation from axisymmetry especially : D.

Bhadra, T. Petrie, J. Rawls. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Lists of physical constants, plasma parameters and frequently used symbols --The quest for fusion power --Tokamak machines --Topology and ignition --Some early tokamaks --Toroidal current --Basic tokamak variables --Aspect ratio --Beta --Safety factor --Z-effective --Global.

Abstract. The magnetic field modulation due to the discrete nature of the field coils in a Tokamak leads to additional particle trapping.

The resulting diffusion is evaluated and compared with the neoclassical diffusion. The two diffusion rates are found to be comparable in existing Tokamaks. The limit on the field ripple below which ripple diffusion Cited by: The transport of injected beam ions due to toroidal magnetic field ripple in the mega-ampe`re spherical tokamak (MAST) is quantified using a full orbit particle tracking code, with collisional slowing-down and pitch-angle scattering by electrons and bulk ions taken into by: 7.

Chapter 2: Tokamaks and ADITYA Tokamak 25 angle a field line returns to its poloidal position (i.e., after ' T 2S) at some poloidal plane, its q-value is defined as q '. In tokamaks the neoclassical tearing mode (NTM) can be excited by the perturbation of a bootstrap current, which is proportional to the pressure gradient [7].

When a seed island forms, the local pressure gradient within the magnetic island is reduced by the transport parallel to the flux tube of field lines, Cited by: 7. of Alfvén modes present; this is due to the toroidal mode couplings driven by the N-fold symmetric equilibrium.

For stellarators, toroidal mode families must be considered while for tokamaks only a single n need be considered. For the results in Fig. 1, the n = 1 mode family was used with couplings taken into account with n =-9, -1, 9.

In tokamaks, due to the importance of toroidal rotation that suppresses magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) instabilities and turbulence, extensive research has been done from the aspects of theory, modelling and experiments in recent years and it brings better physical understanding of toroidal rotation and toroidal momentum transport.

of ripple structure. Engineering feasibility is also shown by simple estimate. KEYWORDS: tokamak reactor, ignition, plasma burning control, toroidal field ripple, 1-D tokamak transport code, computer calculations, feasiblity study I.

INTRODUCTION In reactor-grade tokamaks, it is of primary importance to operate the plasma burning. The banana orbits of high-energy trapped particles in tokamaks are found to diffuse rapidly in the radial direction if the toroidal ripple exceeds a low critical value.

reality, the toroidal field in tokamaks is corrugated due to the finite number of toroidal field coils. These toroidal field ripples are generally strongest and consequential for particle transport in the low-B side of a tokamak while being of less significance at the high-B side.

Toroidal rotation is critical to the experimental control of tokamaks: the magnitude of rotation is known to a ect resistive wall modes [1, 2], while rotation shear can decrease microinstabilities and promote the formation of transport barriers [3, 4]. A. Boozer, Enhanced transport in tokamaks due to toroidal ripple, PPPL (January ).Cited by: 4.

Some early tokamaks. Toroidal current. Basic tokamak variables Aspect ratio. Beta. Safety factor. Z‐effective. Global confinement times Energy confinement time. Electron‐energy confinement time. Particle confinement time. Momentum confinement time. Heating Ohmic heating.

Neutral beam heating. Ripple induced trapped particle loss in tokamaks Technical Report. The threshold for stochastic transport of high energy trapped particles in a tokamak due to toroidal field ripple is calculated by explicit construction of primary resonances, and a numerical examination of the route to chaos.

32 toroidal field coils with a capability to change the ripple amplitude by varying the current in every second coil, we studied the dependence of ripple induced transport on ripple amplitude and configuration as well as on dimensionless plasma parameters like collisionality [5].

Two different techniques were used.Lecture 4: Tokamak Plasma Transport Modeling J.D. Callen, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI USA Lectures on \Fluid and transport modeling of plasmas" at CEMRACS Summer School on Numerical modeling of plasmas, CIRM, Marseille, July 21{25, Issues To Be Addressed: 1) Many e ects in uence radial plasma transport in tokamaks.Enhanced transport due to these islands may provide a mechanism for maintaining the pedestal width below the stability threshold of edge-localized modes.