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Encouraging results recently obtained with alternative ion cyclotron wall conditioning (ICWC) in the present-day tokamaks and stellarators have elevated ICWC to the status of one of the most promising techniques available to ITER for routine interpulse conditioning in the presence of the permanent high toroidal magnetic field. The paper presents a study of ICWC discharge performance and optimization of the conditioning output in the largest tokamak JET using the standard ICRF heating antenna A2 in a scenario envisaged at ITER full field, B-T=5.3 T: on-axis location of the fundamental ICR for deuterium, omega=omega(cD+). The perspective of application of the alternative technique in ITER is analyzed using the 3-D MWS electromagnetic code, 1-D RF full wave and 0-D plasma codes.
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DISCHARGES, FIELDS, FREQUENCIES

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Lyssoivan, AI, D Douai, V Philipps, Tom Wauters, S Brezinsek, R Koch, V Kyrytsya, et al. 2010. “Simulation of ITER ICWC Scenarios in JET.” Problems of Atomic Science and Technology (6): 46–50.
APA
Lyssoivan, AI, Douai, D., Philipps, V., Wauters, T., Brezinsek, S., Koch, R., Kyrytsya, V., et al. (2010). Simulation of ITER ICWC scenarios in JET. PROBLEMS OF ATOMIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, (6), 46–50.
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Lyssoivan A, Douai D, Philipps V, Wauters T, Brezinsek S, Koch R, et al. Simulation of ITER ICWC scenarios in JET. PROBLEMS OF ATOMIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 2010;(6):46–50.
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Lyssoivan, AI, D Douai, V Philipps, et al. “Simulation of ITER ICWC Scenarios in JET.” PROBLEMS OF ATOMIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 6 (2010): 46–50. Print.
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  abstract     = {Encouraging results recently obtained with alternative ion cyclotron wall conditioning (ICWC) in the present-day tokamaks and stellarators have elevated ICWC to the status of one of the most promising techniques available to ITER for routine interpulse conditioning in the presence of the permanent high toroidal magnetic field. The paper presents a study of ICWC discharge performance and optimization of the conditioning output in the largest tokamak JET using the standard ICRF heating antenna A2 in a scenario envisaged at ITER full field, B-T=5.3 T: on-axis location of the fundamental ICR for deuterium, omega=omega(cD+). The perspective of application of the alternative technique in ITER is analyzed using the 3-D MWS electromagnetic code, 1-D RF full wave and 0-D plasma codes.},
  author       = {Lyssoivan, AI and Douai, D and Philipps, V and Wauters, Tom and Brezinsek, S and Koch, R and Kyrytsya, V and Lerche, E and Mayoral, ML and Ongena, J and Pitts, RA and Sch{\"u}ller, FC and Sergienko, G and Van Eester, D and Blackman, T and Bobkov, V and de la Cal, E and Durodie, F and Gauthier, E and Gerbaud, T and Graham, M and Jachmich, S and Joffrin, E and Kreter, A and Lamalle, PU and Lomas, P and Louche, F and Maslov, M and Moiseenko, VE and Monakhov, I and Noterdaeme, Jean-Marie and Paul, MK and Plyusnin, V and Shimada, M and Tsalas, M and Van Schoor, M and Vdovin, VL},
  issn         = {1562-6016},
  journal      = {PROBLEMS OF ATOMIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {46--50},
  title        = {Simulation of ITER ICWC scenarios in JET},
  year         = {2010},
}

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