Energy confinement of high-density tokamaks

F.C. Schüller, D.C. Schram

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Abstract

Neoclassical ion heat conduction is the major energy loss mechanism in the center of an ohmically heated high-d. tokamak discharge (n>3 * 1020 m-3). This fixes the mutual dependence of plasma quantities on the axis and leads to scaling laws for the poloidal b and energy confinement time, given the empirical fact that the pressure profile and the c.d. profile are gaussian. [on SciFinder (R)]
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFinite Beta Theory : workshop, Varenna summer school of plasma physics, Varenna, Sept. 1977, proceedings
EditorsB. Coppi, W. Sadowski
Place of PublicationSpringfield
PublisherNTIS
Pages133-141
Publication statusPublished - 1977

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    Schüller, F. C., & Schram, D. C. (1977). Energy confinement of high-density tokamaks. In B. Coppi, & W. Sadowski (Eds.), Finite Beta Theory : workshop, Varenna summer school of plasma physics, Varenna, Sept. 1977, proceedings (pp. 133-141). Springfield: NTIS.