Introduction to the Physics of Plasma Wall Interactions in Controlled Fusion
In the last fifteen years, great strides have been made in controlled fusion research. The plasma temperatures, beta, and confinement needed for a reactor have been approached in recent experiments (Table 1). In the next few years, experiments on JET (EC), TFTR (USA), JT-60 (Japan), and T-15 (USSR) are expected to answer many of the remaining physics questions as to whether it is possible to obtain reactor grade plasmas in large tokamaks. The major physics questions are:
heating and current drive
impurity and particle control.
KeywordsCurrent Drive Duty Factor Ohmic Heating Toroidal Field Particle Control
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