|Title||Tokamak plasma self-organization-synergetics of magnetic trap plasmas|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2011|
|Authors||K.A Razumova, V.F Andreev, L.G Eliseev, A.Y Kislov, R.J La Haye, S.E Lysenko, A.V Melnikov, G.E Notkin, Y.D Pavlov, M.Y Kantor|
|Type of Article||Article|
|Keywords||BEHAVIOR, CONFINEMENT, DISCHARGES, INTERNAL TRANSPORT BARRIER, MODE, PROFILES, SHEAR PLASMAS, SURFACES, T-10 TOKAMAK, TURBULENCE|
Analysis of a wide range of experimental results in plasma magnetic confinement investigations shows that in most cases, plasmas are self-organized. In the tokamak case, it is realized in the self-consistent pressure profile, which permits the tokamak plasma to be macroscopically MHD stable. Existing experimental data permit suggesting a hypothesis about the mechanism of pressure profile regulation and to give an explanation of such unusual phenomena as a nonlocal character of transport coefficients, enhanced speed of heat/cold pulse propagation and many modes of tokamak operation.
|Alternate Title||Nucl. Fusion|
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