ITER physics program and implications for plasma measurements

Mukhovatov, V.; Costley, A.E.; Bartiromo, R.; Boucher, D.; Fujisawa, N.; Gribov, Yu.; Janeschitz, G.; Johnson, L.; Kasai, S.; de Kock, L.; Marmar, E.; Muraoka, K.; Nagashima, A.; Orlinski, D.; Ortolani, S.; Perkins, F.; Petrov, M.; Post, D.; Putvinski, S.
February 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Feb1997, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p1250
Academic Journal
Focuses on the operation of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactors physics program. Application in investigating the physics of burning plasmas and demonstrating long-pulse ignited plasma technologies; Objectives of the program; Background on the programmatic design.


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