PTRANSP Tests Of TGLF And Predictions For ITER

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One of the physics goals for ITER is to achieve high fusion power PDT at a high gain QDT. This goal is important for studying the physics of reactor-relevant burning plasmas. Simulations of plasma performance in ITER can help achieve this goal by aiding in the design of systems such as diagnostics and in planning ITER plasma regimes. Simulations can indicate areas where further research in theory and experiments is needed. To have credible simulations integrated modeling is necessary since plasma profiles and applied heating, torque, and current drive are strongly coupled.

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Budny, Robert V.; Yuan, Xingqiu; Jardin, S.; Hammett, G. & Staebler, G. February 28, 2012.

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One of the physics goals for ITER is to achieve high fusion power PDT at a high gain QDT. This goal is important for studying the physics of reactor-relevant burning plasmas. Simulations of plasma performance in ITER can help achieve this goal by aiding in the design of systems such as diagnostics and in planning ITER plasma regimes. Simulations can indicate areas where further research in theory and experiments is needed. To have credible simulations integrated modeling is necessary since plasma profiles and applied heating, torque, and current drive are strongly coupled.

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Budny, Robert V.; Yuan, Xingqiu; Jardin, S.; Hammett, G. & Staebler, G. PTRANSP Tests Of TGLF And Predictions For ITER, article, February 28, 2012; Princeton, New Jersey. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc844615/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.