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J. Pratt, H. L. Berk, W. Horton
Fusion Science and Technology
Volume 55 / Number 2T / February 2009 / Pages 25-29
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In recent years, breakthroughs in the GAMMA-10 tandem mirror device and new designs such as the Kinetically Stabilized Tandem Mirror have renewed enthusiasm for investigation of mirror plasmas. With a discrete eigenmode solver and shooting code we calculate kinetic Alfvén waves in a model GAMMA-10 experiment, and then examine the nature of the spectral gaps. We validate the results of these calculations by comparing with magnetic probe signals recorded in the LAPD as a function of frequency of the antenna and the axial position.
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