• Published 2003

Advanced Tokamak Regimes in the Fusion Ignition Research Experiment ( FIRE )

@inproceedings{Meade2003AdvancedTR,
  title={Advanced Tokamak Regimes in the Fusion Ignition Research Experiment ( FIRE )},
  author={Dale M. Meade and Charles Kessel and Michael Ulrickson and Gerald Anton Navratil and James M. Bialek and David W. Swain and Paul T. Bonoli and T. K. Mau and Stephen C. Jardin and K. M. Young and Philip J. Heitzenroeder and B. E. Nelson and Richard J. Thome and Jon Alan Schmidt},
  year={2003}
}
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