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Generation of a Noninducitve Current in a Tokamak

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Part of the Reviews of Plasma Physics book series (ROPP, volume 17)

Abstract

Thermonuclear reactors based on tokamaks are widely designed of late both as international-collaboration programs and for domestic purposes. It is common knowledge that the most vulnerable feature of a tokamak reactor is its cyclic operation, made necessary by the use of an induced electric field to produce the plasma-confining poloidal magnetic field. The need for “pauses” necessary to reverse the inductor magnetization during the reactor operation leads to many extremely undesirable consequences. The most dangerous is apparently the onset of cyclic temperature oscillations of the first stage of the tokamak (called “thermal rocking”), which lowers drastically the reactor’s lifetime. Danger lies also in the cyclic load forces applied to the reactor elements by changes of the poloidal and vertical magnetic fields. This has prompted recently theoretical and experimental research into maintaining the tokamak current by noninductive methods to permit, in principle, a stationary operation regime of the tokamak reactor.

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Runaway Electron Trap Particle Electron Distribution Function Lower Hybrid Alfven Wave 
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