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First dedicated observations of runaway electrons in the COMPASS tokamak

(2015) NUKLEONIKA. 60(2). p.249-255
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EUROfusion research project WP14-MST2-9
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COMPASS operation - project Nr MSMT LM2011021
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EACEA - Specific Grant Agreement nr 2013-1466/001-001-EMJD
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Euratom Grant Nr 633053
Abstract
Runaway electrons present an important part of the present efforts in nuclear fusion research with respect to the potential damage of the in-vessel components. The COMPASS tokamak a suitable tool for the studies of runaway electrons, due to its relatively low vacuum safety constraints, high experimental flexibility and the possibility of reaching the H-mode D-shaped plasmas. In this work, results from the first experimental COMPASS campaign dedicated to runaway electrons are presented and discussed in preliminary way. In particular, the first observation of synchrotron radiation and rather interesting raw magnetic data are shown.
Keywords
runaway electrons, plasma diagnostics, tokamak, DISCHARGES

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Vlainic, Milos, Jan Mlynar, Vladimir Weinzettl, Richard Paprok, Martin Imrisek, Ondrej Ficker, Petr Vondracek, and Josef Havlicek. 2015. “First Dedicated Observations of Runaway Electrons in the COMPASS Tokamak.” Nukleonika 60 (2): 249–255.
APA
Vlainic, M., Mlynar, J., Weinzettl, V., Paprok, R., Imrisek, M., Ficker, O., Vondracek, P., et al. (2015). First dedicated observations of runaway electrons in the COMPASS tokamak. NUKLEONIKA, 60(2), 249–255.
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Vlainic M, Mlynar J, Weinzettl V, Paprok R, Imrisek M, Ficker O, et al. First dedicated observations of runaway electrons in the COMPASS tokamak. NUKLEONIKA. Warsaw: Inst Nuclear Chemistry Technology; 2015;60(2):249–55.
MLA
Vlainic, Milos, Jan Mlynar, Vladimir Weinzettl, et al. “First Dedicated Observations of Runaway Electrons in the COMPASS Tokamak.” NUKLEONIKA 60.2 (2015): 249–255. Print.
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  abstract     = {Runaway electrons present an important part of the present efforts in nuclear fusion research with respect to the potential damage of the in-vessel components. The COMPASS tokamak a suitable tool for the studies of runaway electrons, due to its relatively low vacuum safety constraints, high experimental flexibility and the possibility of reaching the H-mode D-shaped plasmas. In this work, results from the first experimental COMPASS campaign dedicated to runaway electrons are presented and discussed in preliminary way. In particular, the first observation of synchrotron radiation and rather interesting raw magnetic data are shown.},
  author       = {Vlainic, Milos and Mlynar, Jan and Weinzettl, Vladimir and Paprok, Richard and Imrisek, Martin and Ficker, Ondrej and Vondracek, Petr and Havlicek, Josef},
  issn         = {0029-5922},
  journal      = {NUKLEONIKA},
  keyword      = {runaway electrons,plasma diagnostics,tokamak,DISCHARGES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {249--255},
  publisher    = {Inst Nuclear Chemistry Technology},
  title        = {First dedicated observations of runaway electrons in the COMPASS tokamak},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/nuka-2015-0052},
  volume       = {60},
  year         = {2015},
}

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