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000120078 245__ $$aFeasibility of a motional Stark effect system on the TCV tokamak
000120078 260__ $$c2004
000120078 269__ $$a2004
000120078 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000120078 520__ $$aThis article presents a feasibility study for a motional Stark effect diagnostic on the TCV tokamak. A numerical simulation code has been used to identify the optimal port arrangement and geometrical layout. It predicts the expected measurement accuracy for a range of typical plasma scenarios. With the existing neutral particle injector and a detection system based on current day technology, it should be possible to determine the safety factor with an accuracy of the order of 5%. A vertically injected beam through the plasma center would allow to measure plasmas which are centered above the midplane, a common occurrence in connection with electron cyclotron resonance heating and electron cyclotron current drive experiments. In this case a new and ideally more powerful neutral beam injector would be required. (C) 2004 American Institute of Physics.
000120078 700__ $$0241168$$g106425$$aSiegrist, M. R.
000120078 700__ $$aHawkes, N.
000120078 700__ $$aWeisen, H.$$g106722$$0240802
000120078 773__ $$j75$$tReview of Scientific Instruments$$k9$$q3002-3009
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