Neoclassical particle fluxes vs for . The three ambipolar roots are labeled, with the middle root unstable to perturbations in .
(a) Measured electron temperature and (b) density profiles from Thomson scattering for a 100 kW QHS plasma. (c) Ion temperature profile measured by ChERS.
Normalized monoenergetic transport coefficient vs from DKES showing the peaking and reduction in transport due to the poloidal resonance.
Neoclassical particle fluxes vs for three different radii. (a) , , ; (b) , , ; (c) , , . Ion particle flux ignoring the effect of the resonance is shown for reference (dashed line).
Neoclassically predicted radial electric field profile for the profiles shown in Fig. 2.
(a) Ambipolar radial electric field profile and solutions to Eq. (6) for several values of . (b) Growth rates calculated from experimental profiles and shearing rates corresponding to two extreme values of .
Simulated and measured electron temperature profiles. Simulated profiles are shown with and without effect of shear suppression, for a range of and .
Neoclassically predicted ion parallel flow profile. Upper curve corresponds to ion root solutions and lower curve to electron root (see Fig. 5).
Neoclassical particle fluxes vs with and without the effect of momentum conservation (MC). (a) In the QHS configuration and (b) in the spoiled symmetry configuration for the same input profiles. The effect of MC on the electron flux is minimal.
Predicted radial electric field profiles with and without momentum conservation (MC).
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