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By M. R. C. McDowell (auth.), M. R. C. McDowell, A. M. Ferendeci (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1461591619

ISBN-13: 9781461591610

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The NATO complex examine Institute on "Atomic and Molecular methods in managed TheI'IllOnuclear Fusion" used to be held at Chateau de Bonas, Castera-Verduzan, Gel's, France, from thirteenth to twenty fourth August 1979, and this quantity comprises the textual content of the invited lectures. The Institute was once supported through the medical Affairs department of NATO, and extra help used to be got from EURATOM and the U.S. nationwide technology starting place. The Institute used to be attended via 88 scientists, all of whom have been energetic learn employees in command of thermonuclear plasmas, 01' atomic and molecular physics, 01' either. as well as the formal lectures, published during this quantity, that have been meant to be pedagogic, greater than twenty learn seminars got through individuals. the 1st half the Institute used to be directed to introducing atomic and molecular theoretical and experimental physicists to the physics of managed thermonuclear fusion. such a lot recognition was once paid to magnetic confinement, and inside that box, to tokamaks. MI'.

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The particles must be able to pass through the strong magnetic field that confines the plasma and yet be trapped in the plasma. d. When inside the plasma, the particles must travel for a distance sufficient for there to be an efficient equipartition of energy. The technique of neutral beam injection can go some way towards meeting all of these requirements. Firstly, fast atoms or molecules are formed by neutralisation of ions that have themselves been extracted from an ion source with energies in the region of 100 keV (the process of neutralisation is either charge exchange of positive ions in a ~as target or possibly, in the future, stripping of negative ions).

M 2e inA e = 315 Te inA 5/ 2 -1-1 cm ] , [WeV (18) where the parameter E: allows for the thermoelectric effect. It is evident that even a small difference in electron temperature ~Te can cause a substantial transport of energy (proportional to ~Te(Te)5/2) along the field lines. However, direct losses of energy by this process occur only if the magnetic field lines intercept the mechanical structure of the torus. If the electron and ion temperatures are not equal then energy 39 MAGNETIC CONFINEMENT AND THE TOKAMAK REACTOR can be transferred by collisions between the mobile electrons and the slower ions.

Electron impact ionization cr. (v ) 1. ) 1. where Vc is the atom-ion collision velocity. The depth of plasma penetrated by D atoms is dependent upon the effective mean free path. 1.. = v. Ln ] 1. n e 1. e e 44 M. F. A. HARRISON --- ..... lO Cross sections of the atom-proton collision processes (axp,aip) responsible for beam trapping plotted as a function of collis10n velocity vO. 1n) + J-1 1 e vin e 2 [cm ]. 10 (actually the data are for HO and H+ but they are applicable to no and n+ or T+ at values of vin = v o ).

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