K D Lawson M Groth D Harting S Menmuir D Reiter K M Aggarwal S Brezinsek I H Coffey G Corrigan F P Keenan C F Maggi A G Meigs M G O’Mullane S Wiesen JET Contributors
An understanding of the plasma edge and divertor is essential for predicting the performance of next-step machines such as ITER. Transport codes used to study the divertor behaviour  employ atomic physics data in two applications. The first is to predict the power radiated by the fuel and impurity atoms, which is carried out as a post-processing…Preprint Published
Kerry Lawson K M Aggarwal, I H Coffey, F P Keenan, M G O'Mullane
Helium is widely used as a fuel or minority gas in laboratory fusion experiments, and will be present as ash in DT thermonuclear plasmas. It is therefore essential to have a good understanding of its atomic physics. To this end He II population modelling has been undertaken for the spectroscopic levels arising from shells with principal quantum…Preprint Published
K.D. Lawson I.H. Coffey K.M. Aggarwal F.P. Keenan JET-EFDA Contributors
The main populating and depopulating mechanisms of the excited energy levels of ions in plasmas with densitiesPublished
K. D. Lawson K. M. Aggarwal I. H. Coffey F. P. Keenan R. H. G. Reid et al.
The VUV/XUV spectral region is particularly rich in lines emitted by plasmas with temperatures = 30 keV used in fusion research. Examples are presented of analyses of JET tokamak data involving C VUV/XUV radiation. In the first, the C IV divertor emission is modelled, with agreement between theory and experiment to within the measurement accuracy o…Published