I teach the students how to analyze magnetohydrodynamic phenomena in fusion plasmas with theoretical approach. Particularly, we aim to understand the nonlinear MHD behavior such as collapse phenomena and self-organization by means of numerical simulation. The practical themes are interaction between magnetic islands and pressure driven instabilities, plasma flows due to radial electric field and diamagnetic effects and instabilities, and so on.
|Course||Division of Fusion Simulation|
|Affiliation||Fusion Theory and Simulation Research Division|
|Department||Plasma Equilibrium and Stability Analyses Research Section|
|Degree||Doctor of Engineering|
|Works||-Katsuji ICHIGUCHI, Yasuhiro SUZUKI, Yasushi TODO, Masahiko SATO, Timothee NICOLAS, Benjamin A. CARRERAS, Satoru SAKAKIBARA, Yuki TAKEMURA, Satoshi OHDACHI, and Yoshiro NARUSHIMA, "Three-Dimensional Numerical Analysis of Shear Flow Effects on MHD Stability in LHD Plasmas" Plasma and Fusion Research, Volume 11, (2016), 2403035-1～2403035-5.
-K. Ichiguchi, Y. Suzuki, M. Sato, Y. Todo, T. Nicolas, S. Sakakibara, S. Ohdachi, Y. Narushima, and B. A. Carreras, "Three-dimensional MHD analysis of heliotron plasma with RMP" Nuclear Fusion, Vol.55, (2015), 073023 (10pp).
-K. Ichiguchi, S. Sakakibara, S. Ohdachi, and B. A. Carreras, "Multi-scale MHD analysis of LHD plasma with background field changing" Nuclear Fusion, Vol.55, (2015), 043019 (8pp).
|Responsible course||SOKENDAI: " Plasma Physics Ⅱ " / Special Lecture: " Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy "|