HIGH POWER LONG PULSE PERFORMANCE OF THE DIII-D GYROTRON INSTALLATION

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At DIII-D, five 110 GHz gyrotrons are operating routinely for 2.0 s pulses at generated power levels {ge}750 kW per gyrotron. A sixth gyrotron is being installed, which should bring the generated power level to >4 MW and the injected power to about 3.0 MW. The output power now can be modulated by the plasma control system to fix T{sub e} at a desired value. The system is being used as a tool for control of current diffusion, for current profile control and other experiments leading to advanced tokamak operation.

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LOHR, J.; GORELOV, Y.A.; CALLIS, R.W.; GRUNLOH, H.J.; PEAVY, J.J.; PINSKER, R.I. et al. May 1, 2002.

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At DIII-D, five 110 GHz gyrotrons are operating routinely for 2.0 s pulses at generated power levels {ge}750 kW per gyrotron. A sixth gyrotron is being installed, which should bring the generated power level to >4 MW and the injected power to about 3.0 MW. The output power now can be modulated by the plasma control system to fix T{sub e} at a desired value. The system is being used as a tool for control of current diffusion, for current profile control and other experiments leading to advanced tokamak operation.

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  • 12th Joint Workshop on Electron Cyclotron Emission and Electron Cyclotron Resonance Heating, Aix-En-Provence (FR), 05/13/2002--05/16/2002; Other Information: THIS IS A PREPRINT OF A PAPER PRESENTED AT THE 12TH JOINT WORKSHOP ON ELECTRON CYCLOTRON EMISSION AND ELECTRON CYCLOTRON RESONANCE HEATING, MAY 13-16,2002, IN AIX-EN-PROVENCE, FRANCE AND TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE ''PROCEEDINGS''

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LOHR, J.; GORELOV, Y.A.; CALLIS, R.W.; GRUNLOH, H.J.; PEAVY, J.J.; PINSKER, R.I. et al. HIGH POWER LONG PULSE PERFORMANCE OF THE DIII-D GYROTRON INSTALLATION, article, May 1, 2002; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc738988/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.