High-Speed imaging of the plasma response to resonant magnetic perturbations in HBT-EP

Abstract

A Phantom v7.3 fast digital camera was used to study visible light fluctuations in the High Beta Tokamak–Extended Pulse (HBT–EP). This video data is the first to be used to analyze and understand the behavior of long wavelength kink perturbations in a wall-stabilized tokamak. The light was mostly comprised of Dα 656 nm light. Profiles of the plasma light at… (More)

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@inproceedings{Angelini2015HighSpeedIO, title={High-Speed imaging of the plasma response to resonant magnetic perturbations in HBT-EP}, author={Stefania Angelini}, year={2015} }