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R. Coelho, S. Äkäslompolo, A. Dinklage, A. Kus, R. Reimer, E. Sundén, S. Conroy, E. Blanco, G. Conway, S. Hacquin, S. Heuraux, C. Lechte, F. Da Silva, A. Sirinelli, ITM-TF Contributors
Fusion Science and Technology
Volume 63 / Number 1 / January 2013 / Pages 1-8
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The European Union Integrated Tokamak Modelling Task Force (ITM-TF) has developed a standardized platform and an integrated modeling suite of codes for the simulation and prediction of a complete plasma discharge in any tokamak. The framework developed by ITM-TF allows for the development of sophisticated integrated simulations (workflows) for physics application, e.g., free-boundary equilibrium with feedback control, magnetohydrodynamic stability analysis, core/edge plasma transport, and heating and current drive. A significant effort is also under way to integrate synthetic diagnostic modules in the ITM-TF environment, namely, focusing on three-dimensional reflectometry, motional Stark effect, and neutron and neutral particle analyzer diagnostics. This paper gives an overview of the conceptual design of ITM-TF and preliminary results of the aforementioned synthetic diagnostic modules.
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