Present status of the ITER real-time Plasma Control System development

@article{Winter2012PresentSO,
  title={Present status of the ITER real-time Plasma Control System development},
  author={Andreas Winter and P. Makijarvi and Stefan Simrock and J. A. Snipes and Anders Wallander and Luca Zabeo},
  journal={2012 18th IEEE-NPSS Real Time Conference},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-6}
}
ITER will be the world's largest magnetic confinement tokamak fusion device and is currently under construction in southern France. The ITER Plasma Control System (PCS) is a fundamental component of the ITER Control, Data Access and Communication system (CODAC). It will control the evolution of all plasma parameters that are necessary to operate ITER throughout all phases of the discharge. The design and implementation of the PCS poses a number of unique challenges. The timescales of phenomena… CONTINUE READING
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