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High-Q Thermally Stable Operation of a Tokamak Reactor
Thermally stable subignited operation of a tokamak reactor, sustained in operation by a feedback-controlled supplementary heating source, is discussed. One-dimensional (radial) thermal stabilityExpand
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DOE-MACSYMA: Progress Report
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The DOE-MACSYMA program is a port to MIT Common-LISP (VAX-NIL under VMS) of the original MIT MACSYMA programs written in MACLISp. Expand
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On the theory of pairwise coupling embedded in more general local dispersion relations
Earlier work on the mode conversion theory by Fuchs, Ko, and Bers is detailed and expanded upon, and its relation to energy conservation is discussed. Given a local dispersion relation, D(ω; k, z)=0,Expand
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The Volume Common to Two Congruent Cylinders
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This paper derives two formulae for the volume of the set of points common to the interiors of two congruent circular cylinders in general position. Expand
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TRANSIENT FLUID-SOLID INTERACTION OF SUBMERGED SPHERICAL SHELLS REVISITED : PROLIFERATION OF FREQUENCIES AND ACOUSTIC RADIATION EFFECTS
The exact series solutions for the transient shell displacement and fluid pressure fields resulting from the axisymmetric acoustic loading of a submerged, thin elastic, spherical shell are wellExpand
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Theory of mode conversion in inhomogeneous plasmas
Earlier work on mode conversion theory by Fuchs, Ko, and Bers is detailed and expanded upon, and its relation to energy conservation is discussed. In lossless, pair-wise coupling of modes, theExpand
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Time‐domain fluid–solid interaction and the proliferation of response frequencies
Exact modal solutions for the shell displacements and fluid pressure field resulting from the transient loading of a submerged, spherical shell are well‐known [H. Huang, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 45,Expand
Radial effects in heating and thermal stability of a sub-ignited tokamak
The existence of thermally stable sub-ignited equilibria of a tokamak reactor, sustained in operation by a feedback-controlled supplementary heating source, is demonstrated. The establishment ofExpand