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TOMAS - A Toroidal Magnetized Plasma Facility for Studying Wall Conditioning of Future Fusion Devices

H. B. Störk, J. Winter, J. Ihde, H. G. Esser, H. Reimer, M. Freisinger

Fusion Science and Technology / Volume 39 / Number 1 / January 2001 / Pages 54-60

Technical Paper

The TOroidal MAgnetized System (TOMAS) is a simple magnetized torus dedicated to the investigation of wall conditioning methods by microwave-induced plasmas. In the TOMAS facility, an electron cyclotron resonance plasma is produced by microwaves at a frequency of 2.45 GHz and the corresponding resonant magnetic field of 87.6 mT. The facility and the first operational experience of film deposition by means of methane plasmas are described.

 
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