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Chapter 4: Power and particle control
Progress, since the ITER Physics Basis publication (ITER Physics Basis Editors et al 1999 Nucl. Fusion 39 2137–2664), in understanding the processes that will determine the properties of the plasmaExpand
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A full tungsten divertor for ITER: Physics issues and design status
Abstract Budget restrictions have forced the ITER Organization to reconsider the baseline divertor strategy, in which operations would begin with carbon (C) in the high heat flux regions, changingExpand
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Status and physics basis of the ITER divertor
The ITER divertor design is the culmination of years of physics and engineering effort, building confidence that this critical component will satisfy the requirements and meet the challenge ofExpand
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Progress on the application of ELM control schemes to ITER scenarios from the non-active phase to DT operation
Progress in the definition of the requirements for edge localized mode (ELM) control and the application of ELM control methods both for high fusion performance DT operation and non-activeExpand
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Scaling of the tokamak near the scrape-off layer H-mode power width and implications for ITER
A multi-machine database for the H-mode scrape-off layer power fall-off length, λq in JET, DIII-D, ASDEX Upgrade, C-Mod, NSTX and MAST has been assembled under the auspices of the InternationalExpand
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Physics basis and design of the ITER plasma-facing components
Abstract In ITER, as in any tokamak, the first wall and divertor plasma-facing components (PFC) must provide adequate protection of in-vessel structures, sufficient heat exhaust capability and beExpand
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Retarding field energy analyzer for the JET plasma boundary
Retarding field analyzers (RFAs) are essentially the only practical tool with which to measure the distribution of ion energies in the boundary plasma of magnetic fusion devices. The technique hasExpand
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The new SOLPS-ITER code package
We present the results of the ongoing comprehensive benchmark activity and discuss how SOLPS-ITER can be tuned to reproduce ITER simulations performed with SOLPS4.3. Expand
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Disruptions in ITER and strategies for their control and mitigation
Abstract The thermal and electromagnetic loads related to disruptions in ITER are substantial and require careful design of tokamak components to ensure they reach the projected lifetime and toExpand
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Fluctuations and transport in the TCV scrape-off layer
Fluctuations and particle transport in the scrape-off layer of TCV plasmas have been investigated by probe measurements and direct comparison with two-dimensional interchange turbulence simulationsExpand
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