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Radial electric fields and their importance for improved confinement: Experimental results

Guido Van Oost (UGent)
(2008) FUSION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 53(2T). p.356-366
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EDGE PLASMA, DIII-D TOKAMAK, RATIONAL SURFACES, PRESSURE PROFILES, POLOIDAL ROTATION, FLOW SHEAR, VELOCITY SHEAR, INTERNAL TRANSPORT BARRIERS, L-H TRANSITION, MAGNETIC SHEAR

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Van Oost, Guido. “Radial Electric Fields and Their Importance for Improved Confinement: Experimental Results.” FUSION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 53.2T (2008): 356–366. Print.
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Van Oost, G. (2008). Radial electric fields and their importance for improved confinement: Experimental results. FUSION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 53(2T), 356–366.
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Van Oost, Guido. 2008. “Radial Electric Fields and Their Importance for Improved Confinement: Experimental Results.” Fusion Science and Technology 53 (2T): 356–366.
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Van Oost, Guido. 2008. “Radial Electric Fields and Their Importance for Improved Confinement: Experimental Results.” Fusion Science and Technology 53 (2T): 356–366.
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Van Oost G. Radial electric fields and their importance for improved confinement: Experimental results. FUSION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. 2008;53(2T):356–66.
IEEE
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G. Van Oost, “Radial electric fields and their importance for improved confinement: Experimental results,” FUSION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, vol. 53, no. 2T, pp. 356–366, 2008.
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  issn         = {1536-1055},
  journal      = {FUSION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY},
  keywords     = {EDGE PLASMA,DIII-D TOKAMAK,RATIONAL SURFACES,PRESSURE PROFILES,POLOIDAL ROTATION,FLOW SHEAR,VELOCITY SHEAR,INTERNAL TRANSPORT BARRIERS,L-H TRANSITION,MAGNETIC SHEAR},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2T},
  pages        = {356--366},
  title        = {Radial electric fields and their importance for improved confinement: Experimental results},
  volume       = {53},
  year         = {2008},
}

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