|Title||Correction of the spectral calibration of the Joint European Torus core light detecting and ranging Thomson scattering diagnostic using ray tracing|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||J. Hawke, R. Scannell, M. Maslov, J.B Migozzi|
|Journal||Review of Scientific Instruments|
This work isolated the cause of the observed discrepancy between the electron temperature (T-e) measurements before and after the JET Core LIDAR Thomson Scattering (TS) diagnostic was upgraded. In the upgrade process, stray light filters positioned just before the detectors were removed from the system. Modelling showed that the shift imposed on the stray light filters transmission functions due to the variations in the incidence angles of the collected photons impacted plasma measurements. To correct for this identified source of error, correction factors were developed using ray tracing models for the calibration and operational states of the diagnostic. The application of these correction factors resulted in an increase in the observed T-e, resulting in the partial if not complete removal of the observed discrepancy in the measured T-e between the JET core LIDAR TS diagnostic, High Resolution Thomson Scattering, and the Electron Cyclotron Emission diagnostics.
|Alternate Title||Rev. Sci. Instrum.|
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