Visible light tomography on RTP

L.C. Ingesson, J.J. Koning, A.J.H. Donné, D.C. Schram

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Abstract

A diagnostic for visible light tomography is being prepared for the Rijnhuizen Tokamak Project (RTP). Light emitted in the range of 200 to 1100 nm will be detected by five cameras positioned around the plasma in one poloidal plane. Each camera has 16 detector elements. The 80 channels are provided with parallel electronics with a bandwidth of 200 kHz. Imaging systems are used to collect the light on the detector elements. The resolution of this system is of the order of 1 cm. Optical filters in front of the detectors can select interesting wavelength ranges, such as spectral lines or a line-free part of the continuum radiation
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational School of Plasma Physics `Piero Caldirola' Diagnostics for Contemporary Fusion Experiments. Proceedings of the Workshop / Ed. P.E. Stott, D.K. Akulina, G. Gorini, E. Sindoni
Place of PublicationBologna, Italy
PublisherEditrice Compositori
Pages901-908
ISBN (Print)8877940433
Publication statusPublished - 1991

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