Particle Confinement and Control in Existing Tokamaks

  • S. A. Cohen


Measurements of particle losses relevant to plasma-wall interactions in tokamaks are reviewed. The methods commonly used to measure the confinement and loss of thermal plasma, impurity ions, suprathermal electrons and ions, and photons are compared and evaluated. Refueling and particle control techniques, including pulsed gas and pellet injection and gettering and discharge cleaning, are described.


Runaway Electron Confinement Time Energy Confinement Time Pellet Injection Particle Confinement 
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  • S. A. Cohen
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  1. 1.Plasma Physics LaboratoryPrinceton UniversityPrincetonUSA

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