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T. Watanabe, T. Ohshima, T. Takahashi, N. Fukumoto, M. Nagata
Fusion Science and Technology | Volume 63 | Number 1 | May 2013 | Pages 358-360
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The feasibility of compact torus (CT) neutralization fuel injection method is studied by a simulation model using particle and MHD hybrid techniques. The neutralization process is simulated by using rate-coefficients. The magnetic and electric fields are found to respond sluggishly to the neutralization process. Slow ions generated by charge-exchange have been added to the model, although the CT neutralization process is not significantly affected by this.