Correlation of Neutral Beam Injection Parameters and Core B with Anomalous First-Wall Heating During QH-Mode

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Anomalous first-wall heating has been observed far from the divertor strike point during QH-mode in DIII-D, with measured heat flux comparable to that at the outer strike point. The data are consistent with deuterium ions of approximately the pedestal energy carrying the anomalous heat flux. Although an instability has not been identified that is correlated with the anomalous heat flux, two classes of behavior have been observed: one in which the anomalous heat flux depends linearly on core {beta}, and another class with no {beta}-dependence. The anomalous heat flux depends strongly on the injected beam energy of the non-tangentially-injected neutral ... continued below

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Lasnier, C; Burrell, K; deGrassie, J; Rhodes, T; VanZeeland, M & Watkins, J May 15, 2006.

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Anomalous first-wall heating has been observed far from the divertor strike point during QH-mode in DIII-D, with measured heat flux comparable to that at the outer strike point. The data are consistent with deuterium ions of approximately the pedestal energy carrying the anomalous heat flux. Although an instability has not been identified that is correlated with the anomalous heat flux, two classes of behavior have been observed: one in which the anomalous heat flux depends linearly on core {beta}, and another class with no {beta}-dependence. The anomalous heat flux depends strongly on the injected beam energy of the non-tangentially-injected neutral beams but not that of the tangential beams.

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  • Journal Name: Journal of Nuclear Materials, vol. 363-365, n/a, June 15, 2007, pp. 596-599; Journal Volume: 363-365

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Lasnier, C; Burrell, K; deGrassie, J; Rhodes, T; VanZeeland, M & Watkins, J. Correlation of Neutral Beam Injection Parameters and Core B with Anomalous First-Wall Heating During QH-Mode, article, May 15, 2006; Livermore, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc902750/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.