Modelling the electric field applied to a tokamak

@article{Johnson2009ModellingTE,
  title={Modelling the electric field applied to a tokamak},
  author={Robert W. Johnson},
  journal={The European Physical Journal D},
  year={2009},
  volume={59},
  pages={407-412}
}
Abstract. The vector potential for the Ohmic heating coil system of a tokamak is obtained in semi-analytical form. Comparison is made to the potential of a simple, finite solenoid. In the quasi-static limit, the time rate of change of the potential determines the induced electromotive force through the Maxwell-Lodge effect. Discussion of the gauge constraint is included.  

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