Pulsed supersonic helium beams for plasma edge diagnosis

Diez-Rojo, T.; Herrero, V.J.; Tanarro, I.; Tabares, F.L.; Tafalla, D.
March 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar97, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p1423
Academic Journal
Describes an experimental setup for the production of pulsed supersonic helium beams to be used for plasma edge diagnosis in fusion devices. Compromise between compact design, low cost and good quality of probe beams; Main characteristics of the generated beams; Test of the helium beam source at the TJ-1 Torsatron in Madrid, Spain.


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