Tracer-encapsulated cryogenic pellet production for particle transport diagnostics

Sudo, S.; Itoh, H.
July 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jul97, Vol. 68 Issue 7, p2717
Academic Journal
Describes the development of a device for producing a tracer-encapsulated cryogenic pellet for an accurate transport diagnostic system to measure particle transport both parallel and perpendicular to the magnetic-field lines in magnetic confinement devices. Configuration of the tracer-encapsulated pellet; Proof of principle of the device operation.


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