A component test facility based on the spherical tokamak

@article{Peng2005ACT,
  title={A component test facility based on the spherical tokamak},
  author={Y. K. M. Peng and P. Fogarty and T. Burgess and D. Strickler and B. Nelson and J. Tsai and C. Neumeyer and R. Bell and C. Kessel and J. Menard and D. Gates and B. Leblanc and D. Mikkelsen and E. Fredrickson and L. Grisham and J. A. Schmidt and P. Rutherford and S. Sabbagh and A. Field and A. Sykes and I. Cook and O. Mitarai and Y. Takase},
  journal={Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion},
  year={2005},
  volume={47}
}
Recent experiments (Synakowski et al 2004 Nucl. Fusion 43 1648, Lloyd et al 2004 Plasma Phys. Control. Fusion 46 B477) on the Spherical Tokamak (or Spherical Torus, ST) (Peng 2000 Phys. Plasmas 7 1681) have discovered robust plasma conditions, easing shaping, stability limits, energy confinement, self-driven current and sustainment. This progress has encouraged an update of the plasma conditions and engineering of a Component Test Facility (CTF), (Cheng 1998 Fusion Eng. Des. 38 219) which is a… Expand
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