Reduced models for ETG transport in the tokamak pedestal

@article{Hatch2022ReducedMF,
  title={Reduced models for ETG transport in the tokamak pedestal},
  author={D. R. Hatch and Craig Michoski and D. Kuang and B. Chapman-Oplopoiou and M. Curie and M. Halfmoon and Ehab Hassan and M. Kotschenreuther and S. M. Mahajan and Gabriele Merlo and M. J. Pueschel and J. Walker and C. D. Stephens},
  journal={Physics of Plasmas},
  year={2022}
}
This paper reports on the development of reduced models for electron temperature gradient (ETG) driven transport in the pedestal. Model development is enabled by a set of 61 nonlinear gyrokinetic simulations with input parameters taken from pedestals in a broad range of experimental scenarios. The simulation data have been consolidated in a new database for gyrokinetic simulation data, the multiscale gyrokinetic database (MGKDB), facilitating the analysis. The modeling approach may be… 

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