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Study on the Optimization of Fueling by Using the SMBI Method in GAMMA 10

K. Hosoi et al.

Fusion Science and Technology / Volume 63 / Number 1T / Pages 244-246

May 2013

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We investigate the effect of nozzle on the particle transport in the SMBI experiments for optimization of fueling in the GAMMA 10 tandem mirror. The diffusion particle during SMBI was evaluated from the emission intensity captured by the fast camera. Compared with the results without nozzle, the particle diffusion was more convergent in the case using the straight nozzle. Simulation results by using Monte-Carlo simulation code (DEGAS) roughly reproduce the 2-D image captured by the fast camera.

 
 
 
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