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Stability of tokamaks with elongated cross section

C. H. An

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Published
**1978**
by Dept. of Energy, [Office of Energy Technology] Oak Ridge National Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Oak Ridge, Tenn, Springfield, Va
.

Written in English

- Plasma instabilities.,
- Cross sections (Nuclear physics),
- Tokamaks.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | C. H. An, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and Glenn Bateman ; prepared by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. |

Series | ORNL/TM ; 6419, ORNL/TM -- 6419. |

Contributions | Bateman, Glenn., Oak Ridge National Laboratory., University of Tennessee, Knoxville. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | v, 45 p. : |

Number of Pages | 45 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17648837M |

The tokamak (a doughnut-shaped vacuum chamber surrounded by magnetic coils) is the principal tool in controlled fusion research. This book acts as an introduction to the subject and a basic reference for theory, definitions, equations, and experimental results. STABILITY OF COUPLED TEARING MODES IN TOKAMAKS close to the natural frequency of surface 1 and effec- tively behaves ideally at surface 2 (i.e. \k2 = 0), and vice versa. Stability in a uniformly rotating plasma Consider the special case when w1 = w2. .

1. Introduction. Tokamaks (first appeared in the USSR, Kurchatov Institute, Moscow) are physical devices that are leaders in the thermonuclear field for getting energy from nuclear fusion (Artsimovich, ).They confine a high-temperature plasma in toroidal axial-symmetric magnetic configurations (Wesson, ).Plasma dynamics control in tokamaks is one of the central fundamental challenges Author: Yuri V. Mitrishkin, Yuri V. Mitrishkin, Pavel S. Korenev, Pavel S. Korenev, Nikolay M. Kartsev, Evge. I High performance in tokamaks is achieved by plasmas with elongated poloidal cross section, which are vertically unstable I Plasma magnetic axisymmetric control (shape and position) is an essential feature of all tokamaks I If high performance and robustness are required, then a model-based design approach is needed This presentationFile Size: 4MB.

load components. C-Mod's cross section is shown in figure 4. In this reactor, the coil is structurally cut to force the individual load components to be supported by readily identifiable load paths. Figure 3 Structural Concepts All tokamaks adopt some philosophy for supporting the . D Nonlinear MHD Instabilities in Elongated Cylinders D Stability of High-3 Tokamaks with Arbitrary Elongated Cross Sections D Scyllac Fusion Test Reactor Design D Reactor Burning Calculations for a Model Reversed Field Pinch D Some Design Parameters of a Screw-Pinch Reactor D High Density Linear Systems for Fusion PowerBook Edition: 1.

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Get this from a library. Stability of tokamaks with elongated cross section. [C H An; Glenn Bateman; Oak Ridge National Laboratory.; University of Tennessee, Knoxville.].

The effect of a noncircular shape of the plasma cross section on the ideal magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) stability of the (m,n)=(1,1) internal kink, or quasi-interchange (QI), mode in toroidal plasmas, where the safety factor q is close to unity in a wide area in the plasma core, is analyzed.

Theory of plasma confinement in tokamaks of noncircular cross section and optimization of the doublet III design. The main result of the Belt Pinch experiments is that MHD-stability requires about the same qcrit-value (≈ 3) also needed in circular-cross-section tokamaks, at least for the present plasma.

Magnetohydrodynamic Stability of Tokamaks Hartmut Zohm. This book bridges the gap between general plasma physics lectures and the real world problems in MHD stability. In order to support the understanding of concepts and their implication, it refers to real world problems such as toroidal mode coupling or nonlinear evolution in a conceptual.

Study of the plasma equilibrium in Damavand tokamak via numerical solution of the Grad-Shafranov equation Stability of tokamaks with elongated cross section profile and a highly elongated.

Magnetohydrodynamic Stability of Tokamaks. Hartmut Zohm. ISBN: pages. February Description. This book bridges the gap between general plasma physics lectures and the real world problems in MHD stability.

In order to support the understanding of concepts and their implication, it refers to real world problems such as. Results are presented for configurations enclosed by a metal shell with either circular or elongated cross-section.

In the circular geometry a pronounced elongation of the plasma is found even for moderate equilibrium displacements. STABILITY OF HIGH-β TOKAMAKS WITH ARBITRARY ELONGATED CROSS SECTIONS. J.A. TATARONIS, W. GROSSMANN and H. Abstract. In this paper, an attempt is made to clarify some general aspects of the Alfvén current drive problem for magnetic traps.

For large aspect ratio tokamaks, with an elongated cross-section, some general formulas concerning the untrapped particles dynamics and their input to the Landau damping of the Alfvén waves are by: 2. In a recent paper, Nakayama, Sato, and Matsuoka [Phys. Flu ()] suggested that elliptical cross‐section tokamaks with aspect ratio R/a= and with elongation κ= are unstable to a splitting (m=2, n=0) instability for plasma β>5%, and that κ≥ plasmas are unstable to a splitting for β≥1%.

The magnetohydrodynamic evolution code tsc [J. by: 2. We explore the stability and confinement properties of tokamaks with comet-shaped plasmas which feature oblate cross-sections and negative triangularity.

Such cross-section shaping is expected to reduce the trapping of particles in regions of bad curvature and lead to improved confinement.

Additionally, it can improve stability to Mercier by: 4. To achieve high performance in tokamaks, plasmas with elongated poloidal cross-section are needed.

Such elongated plasmas are vertically unstable, hence position control on a fast time scale is. Advanced Tokamak Stability Theory (Iop Concise Physics) This book describes the advanced stability theories for magnetically confined fusion plasmas, especially in tokamaks.

As the fusion plasma sciences advance, the gap between the textbooks and cutting-edge researches gradually develops. This book 3/5(1). The MHD equations are considered along with the Rayleigh-Taylor instability, linearized equations and the energy principle, toroidal instabilities, high beta tokamaks, nonlinear instability theory, resistive instabilities, and a comparison between theory and experiment.

The characteristics of the MHD equilibrium are examined, taking into account force balance equations, surface quantities, the. Magnetically confined fusion plasmas such as those generated in tokamaks and stellarators are characterized by a typical shape.

Plasma shaping is the study of the plasma shape in such devices, and is particularly important for next step fusion devices such as shape is conditioning partly the performance of the plasma.

Tokamaks, in particular, are axisymmetric devices, and therefore. A tokamak (Russian: Токамáк) is a device which uses a powerful magnetic field to confine a hot plasma in the shape of a tokamak is one of several types of magnetic confinement devices being developed to produce controlled thermonuclear fusion ofit is the leading candidate for a practical fusion reactor.

Tokamaks were initially conceptualized in the s by. FIG. Cross section of a representative tokamakreactor (Najmabadi et al., ). () and beta ({3), which is the ratio of the kinetic pressure of the plasma divided by the magneticpressure, {3= (pressureX )%.

(B2 /2Jlo) The development of reactor levels of TE and {3 has dominated magnetic fusion research, and good progress has been Size: 6MB. The tokamak is the principal tool in controlled fusion research. This book serves as an introduction to the subject and a basic reference for theory, definitions, equations, and experimental results.

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5/5(1). elliptical poloidal cross sections. This model is used to ana-lyze the ideal n=0 and n=1 stability of large aspect ratio i.e., 1, where is the inverse aspect ratio, high- i.e., vertically elongated, tokamak plasmas which are sur-rounded either by ideal walls or by thin resistive walls with poloidally varying electrical resistivity.

Our. section 2, negative triangularity-shaped tokamaks are exam-ined from the point of view of their power handling capabili-ties. The magnetic well properties and their link to localized mode stability are presented in section 3. Beta limits are stud-ied in section 4, examining .pressure and energy confinement time, improves substantially as the plasma cross section becomes more elongated.

There are, however, also well known limits on the maximum achievable elongation, which arise from the excitation of n=0 vertical instabilities. When designing next generation reactor scale tokamak experiments.Here, n*= -(R/B,)(aB,/aR) denotes the vertical field index at the magnetic axis, and CL is a coefficient (- 1) which determines the self-inductance of a rectan- gular cross-section plasma ring[l2] with half height b, minor radius a, and major radius Rp.

In the large aspect ratio limit for circular cross section rings, cL*znl 8RP. a The external toroidal field, which increases sharply at Author: M. Yamada, N. Pomphrey, A. Morita, Y. Ono, M. Katsurai.