Collisional transport phenomena of toroidal plasma, for example, the particle and heat transport affected by resonant magnetic perturbations, are studied by computer simulations solving the drift kinetic equation. Monte Carlo methods and stochastic modeling, which are based on probability theory, are also of my interest, and are applied to the transport simulations.
|Course||Division of Fusion Simulation|
|Affiliation||Fusion Theory and Simulation Research Division|
|Department||Energetic Particle Simulation Research Section|
|Degree||Doctor of Science|
|Works||-R.Kanno, G.Kawamura, M.Nunami, Y.Homma, A.Hatayama, K.Hoshino, "Global modelling of tungsten impurity transport based on the drift-kinetic equation", Nuclear Fusion, No.1, Vol.60 (2020) 016033.
-R.Kanno, M.Nunami, S.Satake, S.Matsuoka, H.Takamaru, "Electron heat diffusivity in radially-bounded ergodic region of toroidal plasma", Nuclear Fusion, No.1, Vol.58 (2018) 016033
-R.Kanno, M.Nunami, S.Satake, S.Matsuoka, H.Takamaru, "Development of a Drift-Kinetic Simulation Code for Estimating Collisional Transport Affected by RMPs and Radial Electric Field", Contributions to Plasma Physics, No.6-8, Vol.56 (2016) pp.592–597
|Responsible course||SOKENDAI: " Mathematical Physics "|