UKAEA Journals

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2015
CCFE-PR(15)49

Dust re-suspension as a consequences of LOVA (Loss Of Vacuum Accident) or LOCA (Loss Of Coolant Accident) situations inside a nuclear fusion plant (ITER-like) is an important issue for the workers’ safety and for the security of the plant. The dust size expected inside tokamaks like ITER is of the order of microns (0.1-1000 m m). Analysis of the …

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2015

The H mode of confinement in Tokamaks is characterized by a thin region of high gradients, located at the edge of the plasma and called the Edge Transport Barrier. Even if various theoretical models have been proposed for the interpretation of the edge physics, the main empirical scaling laws of the plasma confinement time are expressed in terms of…

Published
2013

One of the main approaches to thermonuclear fusion relies on confining high temperature plasmas with properly shaped magnetic fields. The determination of the magnetic topology is, therefore, essential for controlling the experiments and for achieving the required performance. In Tokamaks, the reconstruction of the fields is typically formulated as…

Published
2013

The development of computationally efficient model selection strategies represents an important problem facing the analysis of Nuclear Fusion experimental data, in particular in the field of scaling laws for the extrapolation to future machines, and image processing. In this paper, a new model selection indicator, named Model Falsification Criterio…

Published
2010

An equivalent model of JET polarimeter is presented, which overcomes the drawbacks of previous versions of the fitting procedures used to provide calibrated results. First of all the signal processing electronics has been simulated, to confirm that it is still working within the original specifications. Then the effective optical path of both the v…

Published