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Influence of global magnetic perturbations on plasma behavior in Elmo Bumpy Torus
Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Fusion Energy Division.
by Dept. of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Oak Ridge, Tenn, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||B. H. Quon ... [et al.] ; prepared by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory|
|Series||ORNL/TM ; 6704|
|Contributions||Quon, B. H|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
Figure 1: T he pedestal and D» peak radial position as a function of RMP phase. Impact of resonant magnetic perturbations on the MAST pedestal 1, R. Scannell 2, A. Kirk 2 1 FOM Institute DIFFER – Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research, Association, BE . A correlative study between the geomagnetic indices and the peak values of various plasma and field parameters during rising, maximum and decay phases as well as during complete solar cycle 23 have been presented. We have also presented the lag/lead analysis between the maximum of Dst and peak values of plasma and field parameters and found that peak values of lag/lead time lies in the +/
To explain self-consistently some energetic processes, radiation features, and the electromagnetic environment near the Io satellite moving in the Jovian magnetospheric plasma, as well as a spacecraft body or a plasma probe, we consider, by means of plasma kinetic theory, the process of electromagnetic interaction between a moving conducting body and the surrounding hot magnetized Author: M. L. Khodachenko, V. M. Gubchenko, H. O. Rucker. Earth's magnetic field, also known as the geomagnetic field, is the magnetic field that extends from the Earth's interior out into space, where it interacts with the solar wind, a stream of charged particles emanating from the magnetic field is generated by electric currents due to the motion of convection currents of a mixture of molten iron and nickel in the Earth's outer core: these.
Global response of the plasmasphere to a geomagnetic disturbance A large body of evidence indicates that the global distribution of cold plasma in the magnetosphere at any given time can be quite complex [e.g., Carpenter and Global response of the plasmasphere to a geomagnetic disturbance Cited by: unexpected effects: the influence of solar activity on radioactive decay rate (RDR) [1,2]. According to all existing theories of- elementary particles, including string and superstring theories, the decay rate of radioactive elements is a constant that cannot be changed by any force known to physics.
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Introduction. The present understanding of global impurity migration in tokamaks is largely based on observations from experiments using tracers such as 13 C injected into the torus and marker tiles or probes exposed to the extrapolating these results to next-step devices, it is noticeable that the magnetic field in, e.g., ITER includes substantially more non-axisymmetric Author: Juho Miettunen, M.I.
Airila, M. Groth, V. Lindholm, T. Makkonen, Simppa Äkäslompolo. Drift surfaces of guiding centers in the Bumpy Torus static magnetic field have been located and analyzed for various torus parameters by making use of the transverse adiabatic invariant μ = p ⊥ 2 /B and the longitudinal adiabatic invariant J = ∮ p ∥ dl.
In addition, the drift equations (for which μ is an invariant) have been solved numerically to investigate limitations on the Cited by: 9.
bation. The plasma response determines the actual perturbation ﬁeld inside the plasma, which can be different from the value which the applied perturbation would have in vacuum. The plasma may screen the resonant modes of the perturbation in such a way that.
Piarma Phyrici and Cmtrolld Fuian, Vol. 34, No. toS/S.w+.w Printed in oreat Britain. 0 IWZ IOP Publishing Ltd. and Pergamon Pres3 Ltd. ON THE INFLUENCE OF MAGNETIC FLUCTUATIONS ON THE ELECTROSTATIC SPECTRUM OF A MAGNETIZED PLASMA COLUMN ULRICH KAUSCHKE lnstitut fiir Experimentalphy Ruhr-Universitit Bochum, Pastfach Cited by: 3.
PDF | The effect of magnetic perturbations (MPs) on the helical self-organization of shaped tokamak plasmas is discussed in the framework of the | Find, read and cite all the research you need.
One aim of the flux-coil generated field reversed configuration at Tri Alpha Energy (TAE) is to establish the plasma where the ion rotational energy is greater than the ion thermal energy. MAGNETIC BEHAVIOR. After this reading this section you will be able to do the following: Perform an experiment to detect what materials are magnetic and explain why you think they are magnetic.
After experimenting with the applet and thinking about the questions, please be. We report the first fully kinetic quantitative estimate of magnetic field perturbations caused by the interaction of a spacecraft with space environment. Such perturbations could affect measurements of geophysical magnetic fields made with very sensitive magnetometers on-board satellites.
Our approach is illustrated with a calculation of perturbed magnetic fields near the recently launched Cited by: 3.
This is the first of and very basic magnetic experiment of a magnetic effect of interaction between powerful rear earth/neodymium magnets and the. (RMPs) can, if not shielded by plasma ow e ects, cause local magnetic stochasticity and in uence H-mode edge pedestal transport.
These various e ects of 3D magnetic perturbations can be used to directly modify plasma toroidal rotation and indirectly plasma transport, e.g., for reducing anomalous transport and ELM control.
Plasma and magnetic field effects associated with Phobos and Deimos tori there is a risk that the Phobos event can be confused with upstream phenomena (Russell et al., ). There is some similarity of the event with "hot dia- magnetic cavities", or "active Cited by: This book also takes a look at both past innovators and future innovations in the fields of electricity and magnetism.
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A model of the Io plasma torus has been constructed using the in situ plasma measurements of Voy- ager 1. A sharp gradient in plasma temperature of-•.7 x K R• -l at R• divides the torus into two parts, a cold inner region, where the ions are closely confined to the centrifugal equator, and a warm.
Artificial spin ice lattices have emerged as model systems for studying magnetic frustration in recent years. Most work to date has looked at periodic artificial spin ice lattices. In this paper.
Experimental Evidence of a Zonal Magnetic Field in a Toroidal Plasma coherence, which means generation of a global magnetic ﬁeld of azimuthal symmetry. The spectrum is calculated for the sta- In contrast, the other waveforms in antiphase behavior [Fig. Effect of magnetic perturbations on pedestal, SOL and divertor in high collisionality plasmas at ASDEX Upgrade E.
Wolfrum 1, M. Faitsch 1, G. Fuchert 1, L. Barrera -Orte 2. Modeled using conservation of magnetic flux, this increase in lobe compression implies that the underlying plasmoid was expanding at a rate of ∼ km/s.
Finally, a reconfiguration of the lobe magnetic field followed plasmoid ejection which moved magnetic flux tubes into the wake behind the plasmoid where they would become available to feed Cited by: of magnetic flux experienced by the plasma gives rise to the local excitation of whistler waves.
This process is similar to the creation of eddy currents in a metal as a magnetic field source moves in its vicinity. Figures 5a and 5b display the magnitude of the magnetic perturbation structures resulting from motion across and along BD.
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