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Application of canonical profiles transport model to the H-mode shots in tokamaks

Dnestrovskij, Yu. ; Dnestrovskij, A. ; Danilov, A. ; Lysenko, S. ; Cherkasov, S. ; Gerasimov, S. ; Hender, T. ; Voitsekhovitch, I. ; Roach, C. ; Walsh, M.

Plasma Physics Reports, 2010, Vol.36(8), pp.645-658 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Application of canonical profiles transport model to the H-mode shots in tokamaks
  • Autor: Dnestrovskij, Yu. ; Dnestrovskij, A. ; Danilov, A. ; Lysenko, S. ; Cherkasov, S. ; Gerasimov, S. ; Hender, T. ; Voitsekhovitch, I. ; Roach, C. ; Walsh, M.
  • Assuntos: Jet Transports -- Models
  • É parte de: Plasma Physics Reports, 2010, Vol.36(8), pp.645-658
  • Descrição: The linear and nonlinear versions of the Canonical Profiles Transport Model (CPTM), which includes both heat and particle transport equations, are used to simulate core and pedestal plasma for JET, and MAST H-mode shots. Simulations by the nonlinear version show reasonable agreement with experiment for both ELMy and ELM-free shots. RMS deviations of calculated results from the experimental ones are on the level 10–12% in main. The calculated ion and electron temperature profiles are very insensitive to the change of the deposited peaked power profiles. The calculated pedestal temperature rapidly increases with plasma current; density profile peaking increases at low collisionalities.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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