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2015
CCFE-PR(17)36

Disruptions, the fast accidental losses of plasma current and stored energy in tokamaks, represent asignificant risk to the mechanical structure as well as the plasma facing components of reactor-scale fusion facilities like ITER. At JET, the tokamak experiment closest to ITER in terms of operating parameters and size, massive gas injection has bee…

Preprint Published
2010

Multiple resonances in the edge-localized mode (ELM) frequency (f ELM ) as a function of the edge safety factor q 95 have been observed for the first time with an applied low n (1/41; 2) field on the JET tokamak. Without an n 1/4 1 field applied, f ELM increases slightly from 20 to 30 Hz by varying the q 95 from 4 to 5 in a type-I ELMy H-mode plasm…

Published
2007

Type-I edge-localized modes (ELMs) have been mitigated at the JET tokamak using a static external n 1 perturbation field generated by four error field correction coils located far from the plasma. During the application of the n 1 field the ELM frequency increased by a factor of 4 and the amplitude of the D signal decreased. The energy loss per ELM…

Published
2006

During a recent reversed toroidal field (B T) campaign at the Joint European Torus (JET), experiments were performed to investigate the effect on sawteeth of neutral beam injection (NBI)-driven toroidal plasma rotation counter to the direction of the toroidal plasma current and B T . A power scan at constant density has permitted analytical continu…

Published
1999

The polarimeter system for ITER features 10 viewing chords covering almost the full poloidal cross section of the plasma in a fan-like arrangement. The 10 laser beams all enter the plasma via 150 mm diam penetrations through the diagnostic plug at the low-field side. Small retroreflectors at the high-field side mirror the laser beams back towards t…

Published