A high etendue spectrometer suitable for core charge eXchange recombination spectroscopy on ITER

R.J.E. Jaspers, M. Scheffer, A. Kappatou, N.C.J. Valk, van der, M. Durkut, Bart Snijders, O. Marchuk, W. (Wolfgang) Biel, G.I. Pokol, G. Erdei, S. Zoletnik, D. Dunai

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Abstract

A feasibility study for the use of core charge exchange recombination spectroscopy on ITER has shown that accurate measurements on the helium ash require a spectrometer with a high etendue of 1mm2sr to comply with the measurement requirements [S. Tugarinov et al., Rev. Sci. Instrum. 74, 2075 (2003)]. To this purpose such an instrument has been developed consisting of three separate wavelength channels (to measure simultaneously He/Be, C/Ne, and H/D/T together with the Doppler shifted direct emission of the diagnostic neutral beam, the beam emission (BES) signal), combining high dispersion (0.02 nm/pixel), sufficient resolution (0.2 nm), high efficiency (55%), and extended wavelength range (14 nm) at high etendue. The combined measurement of the BES along the same sightline within a third wavelength range provides the possibility for in situ calibration of the charge eXchange recombination spectroscopy signals. In addition, the option is included to use the same instrument for measurements of the fast fluctuations of the beam emission intensity up to 2 MHz, with the aim to study MHD activity.
Original languageEnglish
Article number10D515
Pages (from-to)10D515-1/3
Number of pages4
JournalReview of Scientific Instruments
Volume83
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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