Edge stability and transport control with resonant magnetic perturbations in collisionless tokamak plasmas

@inproceedings{Evans2006EdgeSA,
  title={Edge stability and transport control with resonant magnetic perturbations in collisionless tokamak plasmas},
  author={Todd E Evans and R. A. Moyer and Keith H. Burrell and M. E. Fenstermacher and Isabelle Marie Joseph and A. W. Leonard and Thomas H. Osborne and Gary Porter and Michael J Schaffer and P. B. Snyder and Paul R Thomas and J. G. Watkins and W. P. West},
  year={2006}
}
instabilities in fusion-plasma devices. Maximizing the fusion power production in toroidally symmetric magnetic confinement devices (tokamaks) requires high-confinement (H-mode) plasma conditions that have high edge-plasma pressures. A ubiquitous feature of these high edge pressure, steady-state, H-mode tokamak plasmas is repetitive instabilities known as ‘edge-localized modes’ (ELMs), which release a significant fraction of the thermal energy of the plasma to the first wall of the device… CONTINUE READING
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