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2020
UKAEA-CCFE-PR(20)131

This paper presents a dedicated study of plasma-antenna (PA) coupling with the Alfvén Eigenmode Active Diagnostic (AEAD) in JET. Stable AEs and their resonant frequencies f, damping rates < 0, and toroidal mode numbers n are measured for various PA separations and limiter versus X-point magnetic con gurations. Two stable AEs are observed to …

Preprint
2019
UKAEA-CCFE-PR(19)60

Toroidal Alfven Eigenmode (TAE) excitation can be caused by fusion-born or Ion Cyclotron Resonance and neutral beam heating fast particles through wave-particle resonance. TAEs may affect fast particle confinement, reduce heating and current drive efficiency, cause damage to the first wall, and decrease overall plasma performance. Excitation of TA…

Preprint Published
2010

The plasma response to externally imposed resonant magnetic perturbations (RMPs) is investigated through quasi-linear MHD modelling in the case where the resonant surfaces are located in the pedestal of an H-mode plasma. The pedestal is a particular region regarding the question of plasma response to RMPs because of its strong E x B and electron di…

Published
2009

Non-linear reduced MHD modelling of the response of a toroidally rotating plasma on Resonant Magnetic Perturbations (RMPs) is presented for DIII-D and ITER typical parameter. The non-linear cylindrical reduced MHD (RMHD) code was adapted to take into account toroidal rotation and plasma braking mechanisms such as resonant braking (~jxB) and the Neo…

Published
2008

The Integrated tokamak modelling taskforce was set up to provide the European scientific community with simulation tools for preparing and analysing discharges of fusion experiments. We will report on recent progress made on the taskforce project on equilibrium and linear stability. A generic data structure has been devised to describe the geometry…

Published
2007

A wide range of studies on JET have contributed greatly to the development of the ELMy H-mode as a high-performance scenario for fusion devices and to the understanding of the physical processes that underlie it. Development has focused on the production of a highperformance, high-density, stationary scenario suited to deuterium-tritium operation a…

Published
2006

A new code, MISHKA-F Flow, has been developed as an extension of the ideal magnetohydrodynamic MHD code MISHKA-1 [Mikhailovskii and et al. , Plasma Phys. Rep. 23 , 844 (1997)] in order to investigate the linear MHD stability of ideal and resistive eigenmodes with respect to the effects of toroidal rotation in tokamaks in general toroidal geometry w…

Published
2006

Present day tokamaks are capable of generating toroidal flows approaching the ion sound speed. Such toroidal rotation is known to have a stabilising effect on resistive wall modes[1]. Here the effects of plasma rotation and diamagnetic drifts on the n = 1 internal kink mode and high n ballooning modes are presented with specific comparison to exper…

Published
2005

A full orbit code is used to compute collisionless losses of fusion particles from three proposed burning plasma tokamaks: the International Tokamak Experimental Reactor ITER; a spherical tokamak power plant (STPP) [T. C. Hender, A. Bond, J. Edwards, P. J. Karditsas, K. G. McClements, J. Mustoe, D. V. Sherwood, G. M. Voss, and H. R. Wilson, Fusion …

Published
2005

Self-consistent simulations of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) [R.Aymar, P. Barabaschi, and Y. Shimomura, Plasma Phys. Controlled Fusion 44, 519 (2002)] have been carried out using the JETTO-integrated modeling code in which theory-motivated models are used for the H-mode pedestal and for the stability conditions that le…

Published