- Conference date: 6–11 June 2010
- Location: St. John’s, (Canada)
The state of art of the line shape modeling techniques involved in tokamak edge plasma spectroscopy is reported, in the context of the preparation for ITER. Hydrogen spectra are calculated assuming a line‐of‐sight crossing a 2D‐plasma background obtained from numerical simulations. The Doppler, Zeeman and Stark effects are retained. Ion dynamics effects are accounted for by using the numerical simulation method. The possibility for a line shape‐based diagnostic of the ITER divertor plasma is examined through fittings of simulated spectra and comparison with the input plasma fields.
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