Interrelationship between plasma transport and three-dimensionality of magnetic configurations in helical devices, presented by the Large Helical Device (LHD), will be instructed based on theoretical analyses and experiment data. Improved confinement modes extending the parameter regime in helical plasma research, will be the main focus of the study. Integrated transport suite, TASK3D-a, development and its application to the experiments will also be the focus of the instruction. By means of this, integrated transport analyses of high-performance helical plasmas, and the experimental scenario planning for further improving plasma confinement will be aimed.
|Course||Division of Fusion Simulation|
|Affiliation||Fusion Theory and Simulation Research Division|
|Department||Integrated Simulation Research Section|
|Degree||Doctor of Engineering|
|Works||-M.Yokoyama, R.Seki, C.Suzuki, M.Sato, M.Emoto, S.Murakami, M.Osakabe, T.Ii. Tsujimura, Y.Yoshimura, T.Ido, K.Ogawa, S.Satake, Y.Suzuki, T.Goto, K.Ida, N.Pablant, D.Gates, F.Warmer, P.Vincenzi, Numerical Simulation Reactor Research Project and LHD Experiment Group, ”Extended Capability of the Integrated Transport Analysis Suite, TASK3D-a, for LHD Experiment” Nuclear Fusion Vol. 57, No. 12 (2017), pp. 126016(7pp).
-M.Yokoyama, "Statistical approach for predicting thermal diffusivity profiles in fusion plasmas as a transport model", Plasma and Fusion Research Vol. 9, No. 9, (2014), pp. 1302137_1-4.
-M.Yokoyama, R.Seki, C.Suzuki, M.Emoto, K.Ida, M.Osakabe, S.Murakami, Y.Suzuki, S.Satake, M.Nunami, A.Fukuyama, H.Yamada, Numerical Simulation Research Project and LHD Experiment Group, "Integration of large-scale simulations and numerical modelling tools in close link with the LHD experiment", Plasma and Fusion Research Vol. 9, Special Issue 2, (2014), pp.3402017_1-5.
|Responsible course||SOKENDAI: " Plasma Physics Ⅱ "|