LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS AND DEVICES TO STUDY PLASMA SURFACE INTERACTION

TitleLABORATORY EXPERIMENTS AND DEVICES TO STUDY PLASMA SURFACE INTERACTION
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsG.J van Rooij
JournalFusion Science and Technology
Volume57
Number2T
Pagination313-319
Date PublishedFeb
Type of ArticleProceedings Paper
ISBN Number1536-1055
Accession NumberISI:000277392200034
KeywordsCHEMICAL, divertor, EROSION, ION FLUX DENSITIES, ITER, MOLECULAR ACTIVATED RECOMBINATION, PLATE
Abstract

Linear plasma generators are widely used to study plasma surface interaction issues for fusion research. In this paper it is described why dedicated experiments for PSI are necessary and what the requirements are to reach the parameter regime relevant for ITER. An overview is given of some typical devices, particularly PISCES-B, PSI-2, Nagdis, Pilot-PSI, and the future device Magnum-PSI along with selected results to illustrate their capabilities.

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Division

Fusion Physics

PID

b40991bf0ff3a0cc676c721737d497a8

Alternate TitleFusion Sci. Technol.

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