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Observation of ion cyclotron range of frequencies mode conversion plasma flow drive on Alcator C-Moda)
a)Paper BI2 6, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. , 23 (2008).
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FIG. 1.

Plasma configuration for the experiment (a) D(H) MH at 80 MHz; (b) MC heating at 50 MHz. Both plasmas have , and in upper-single-null.

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Layout of the PCI system (vertical laser beam) and x-ray crystal spectral tomography system (side view).

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Data traces comparison of the MH plasma (blue dashed line) and MC plasma (red solid line): (a) Central toroidal rotation; (b) and ; (c) .

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FIG. 4.

Change in toroidal rotation velocity at different viewing chords responding to the application of rf power at 0.8 s.

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(a) Tomographically inverted toroidal rotation profiles (on the midplane on the LFS of the axis) for the MC and MH plasmas shown in Fig. 3 ; (b) The difference of rotation with and without rf power.

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Toroidal rotation scaling: (a) vs intrinsic rotation scaling law ; (b) vs . Lines are linear fits of the data.

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Change in poloidal rotation profile (Ohmic is subtracted) at different rf power levels: (a) MC; (b) MH.

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(a) Spectra vs time of density fluctuations measured by PCI; (b) poloidal rotation trace at ; (c) .

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FIG. 9.

Antenna phase dependence of rotation: (a) ; (b) . The antenna phase of the 50 MHz rf is labeled at the top. Total rf power 3.4 MW (1.7 MW at 50 MHz and 1.7 MW from 80 MHz) at .

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Flow drive efficiency vs field. The corresponding major radii of IC resonance and MC are also indicated. Magnetic axis at . The dashed line is an order of three polynomial fit of the data points.

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Mode converted waves measured by PCI of the MC plasma shown in Fig. 3 : (a) amplitude (in terms of density fluctuation) vs time and major radius; (b) -spectra vs time.

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Direct rf power to electrons: (a) direct electron heating profile calculated from break-in-slope of ECE signals; (b) deposition profile from simulation .

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Direct power to ions: (a) 2D power deposition from simulation with FW and MC ICW labeled; (b) flux surface averaged profile.

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Argon impurity temperature from the x-ray spectra measurement and electron temperature from ECE ( of the plasmas shown in Fig. 3 , averaged over two sawtooth periods).

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(a) Radial electric field profile; (b) shearing rate (brown solid and dashed lines), and maximum linear growth rate from ( of the MC plasma shown in Fig. 3 ).

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Scitation: Observation of ion cyclotron range of frequencies mode conversion plasma flow drive on Alcator C-Moda)
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/pop/16/5/10.1063/1.3082936
10.1063/1.3082936
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