Joint experiments on the Tokamaks CASTOR and Ta10

G. Van Oost, M. Gryaznevich, E. Del Bosco, A. Malaquias, G. Mank, M. Berta, J. Brotankova, R. Dejarnac, E. Dufkova, I. Duran, M. Hron, P. Peleman, J. Sentkerestiova, J. Stöckel, B. Tál, V. Weinzettl, J. Zajac, S. Zoletnik, V. Budaev, N. KirnevaG. Kirnev, B. Kuteev, A. Melnikov, M. Sokolov, V. Vershkov, I. El Chama Neto, J. Ferreira, R. Gonzales, C. R Gutierrez Tapia, H. Hegazy, P. Khorshid, A. W. Kraemeraflecken, L. I. Krupnik, Y. Kuznetsov, A. M Marques Fonseca, A. Ovsyannikov, L. Ruchko, E. Sukhov, A. Singh, V. Soldatov, A. Talebitaher, G. M. Vorobjev

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Abstract

Small tokamaks may significantly contribute to the better understanding of phenomena in a wide range of fields such as plasma confiement and energy transport; plasma stability in different magnetic configurations; plasma turbulence and its impact on local and global plasma parameters; processes at the plasma edge and plasmaawall interaction; scenarios of additional heating and nonainductive current drive; new methods of plasma profile and parameter control; development of novel plasma diagnostics; benchmarking of new numerical codes and so on. Furthermore, due to the compactness, flexibility, low operation costs and high skill of their personnel small tokamaks are very convenient to develop and test new materials and technologies. Small tokamaks are suitable and important for broad international cooperation, providing the necessary environment and manpower to conduct dedicated joint research programmes. In addition, the experimental work on small tokamaks is very appropriate for the education of students, scientific activities of postagraduate students and for the training of personnel for large tokamaks. The first Joint (Host Laboratory) Experiment (JE1) has been carried out in 2005 on the CASTOR tokamak at the IPP Prague, Czech Republic. It was jointly organized by the IPPaASCR and KFKI HAC, Budapest, involved 20 scientists from 7 countries and was supported through the IAEA and the ICTP, Trieste. The objective of JE1 was to perform studies of plasma edge turbulence and plasma confinement. Following the success of JE1, JE2 has been performed on Ta10 at RRC "Kurchatov Institute" in Moscow; 30 scientists from 13 countries participated in this experiment. This experiment aimed to continue JE1 turbulence studies, now extending them to the plasma core. Results of JE1 and JE2 will be overviewed and compared.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAIP Conference Proceedings
Pages24-33
Number of pages10
Volume996
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008
Event17th IAEA Technical Meeting on Research Using Small Fusion Devices - Lisbon, Portugal
Duration: Oct 22 2007Oct 24 2007

Other

Other17th IAEA Technical Meeting on Research Using Small Fusion Devices
CountryPortugal
CityLisbon
Period10/22/0710/24/07

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plasma diagnostics
magnetohydrodynamic stability
void ratio
flexibility
costs
heating
profiles
configurations
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Keywords

  • Diagnostics
  • Edge physics. Plasma turbulence
  • Tokamaks

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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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Van Oost, G., Gryaznevich, M., Del Bosco, E., Malaquias, A., Mank, G., Berta, M., ... Vorobjev, G. M. (2008). Joint experiments on the Tokamaks CASTOR and Ta10. In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 996, pp. 24-33) https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2917019

Joint experiments on the Tokamaks CASTOR and Ta10. / Van Oost, G.; Gryaznevich, M.; Del Bosco, E.; Malaquias, A.; Mank, G.; Berta, M.; Brotankova, J.; Dejarnac, R.; Dufkova, E.; Duran, I.; Hron, M.; Peleman, P.; Sentkerestiova, J.; Stöckel, J.; Tál, B.; Weinzettl, V.; Zajac, J.; Zoletnik, S.; Budaev, V.; Kirneva, N.; Kirnev, G.; Kuteev, B.; Melnikov, A.; Sokolov, M.; Vershkov, V.; Neto, I. El Chama; Ferreira, J.; Gonzales, R.; Tapia, C. R Gutierrez; Hegazy, H.; Khorshid, P.; Kraemeraflecken, A. W.; Krupnik, L. I.; Kuznetsov, Y.; Fonseca, A. M Marques; Ovsyannikov, A.; Ruchko, L.; Sukhov, E.; Singh, A.; Soldatov, V.; Talebitaher, A.; Vorobjev, G. M.

AIP Conference Proceedings. Vol. 996 2008. p. 24-33.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Van Oost, G, Gryaznevich, M, Del Bosco, E, Malaquias, A, Mank, G, Berta, M, Brotankova, J, Dejarnac, R, Dufkova, E, Duran, I, Hron, M, Peleman, P, Sentkerestiova, J, Stöckel, J, Tál, B, Weinzettl, V, Zajac, J, Zoletnik, S, Budaev, V, Kirneva, N, Kirnev, G, Kuteev, B, Melnikov, A, Sokolov, M, Vershkov, V, Neto, IEC, Ferreira, J, Gonzales, R, Tapia, CRG, Hegazy, H, Khorshid, P, Kraemeraflecken, AW, Krupnik, LI, Kuznetsov, Y, Fonseca, AMM, Ovsyannikov, A, Ruchko, L, Sukhov, E, Singh, A, Soldatov, V, Talebitaher, A & Vorobjev, GM 2008, Joint experiments on the Tokamaks CASTOR and Ta10. in AIP Conference Proceedings. vol. 996, pp. 24-33, 17th IAEA Technical Meeting on Research Using Small Fusion Devices, Lisbon, Portugal, 10/22/07. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2917019
Van Oost G, Gryaznevich M, Del Bosco E, Malaquias A, Mank G, Berta M et al. Joint experiments on the Tokamaks CASTOR and Ta10. In AIP Conference Proceedings. Vol. 996. 2008. p. 24-33 https://doi.org/10.1063/1.2917019
Van Oost, G. ; Gryaznevich, M. ; Del Bosco, E. ; Malaquias, A. ; Mank, G. ; Berta, M. ; Brotankova, J. ; Dejarnac, R. ; Dufkova, E. ; Duran, I. ; Hron, M. ; Peleman, P. ; Sentkerestiova, J. ; Stöckel, J. ; Tál, B. ; Weinzettl, V. ; Zajac, J. ; Zoletnik, S. ; Budaev, V. ; Kirneva, N. ; Kirnev, G. ; Kuteev, B. ; Melnikov, A. ; Sokolov, M. ; Vershkov, V. ; Neto, I. El Chama ; Ferreira, J. ; Gonzales, R. ; Tapia, C. R Gutierrez ; Hegazy, H. ; Khorshid, P. ; Kraemeraflecken, A. W. ; Krupnik, L. I. ; Kuznetsov, Y. ; Fonseca, A. M Marques ; Ovsyannikov, A. ; Ruchko, L. ; Sukhov, E. ; Singh, A. ; Soldatov, V. ; Talebitaher, A. ; Vorobjev, G. M. / Joint experiments on the Tokamaks CASTOR and Ta10. AIP Conference Proceedings. Vol. 996 2008. pp. 24-33
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