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Title: EAST Contributions to Closing CFETR Physics Gaps
Authors: Siye Ding;Baonian Wan;Liang Wang;Youwen Sun;Bo Lyu
subject: power exhausting|0-D analysis|experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST)|China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor (CFETR)|steady-state (SS) operation
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Gaps remain in physics and engineering for China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor (CFETR) design. This report will focus on the status and the challenges in high performance long pulse/steady-state (SS) operation and the power exhausting issues. The analysis shows that for the physics goal of CFETR, 200-MW-SS operation is available in the wide windows of 8 &#x2264; I<sub>p</sub> (plasma current, in MA) &#x2264;10, 0.4 &lt;; f<sub>neG</sub> (normalized line-averaged density) &lt;;1 and 1.2 &lt;; H<sub>98</sub> (H factor) &lt;;1.5 with different detailed combinations of the parameters. High density and high confinement scenario is favorite for this goal. CFETR may require at least 30% of divertor heat flux mitigation for the stationary case and probably additional reduction of a factor of 5-10 for the transient event, e.g., the edge localized modes. Another part of this report is to summarize the endeavors on experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST) experiment, which might possibly address the solutions to the critical issues for future fusion reactors. Advances on EAST scenario development and divertor heat flux control are presented.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/169794
ISSN: 0093-3813
1939-9375
volume: 44
issue: 10
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Title: EAST Contributions to Closing CFETR Physics Gaps
Authors: Siye Ding;Baonian Wan;Liang Wang;Youwen Sun;Bo Lyu
subject: power exhausting|0-D analysis|experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST)|China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor (CFETR)|steady-state (SS) operation
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Gaps remain in physics and engineering for China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor (CFETR) design. This report will focus on the status and the challenges in high performance long pulse/steady-state (SS) operation and the power exhausting issues. The analysis shows that for the physics goal of CFETR, 200-MW-SS operation is available in the wide windows of 8 &#x2264; I<sub>p</sub> (plasma current, in MA) &#x2264;10, 0.4 &lt;; f<sub>neG</sub> (normalized line-averaged density) &lt;;1 and 1.2 &lt;; H<sub>98</sub> (H factor) &lt;;1.5 with different detailed combinations of the parameters. High density and high confinement scenario is favorite for this goal. CFETR may require at least 30% of divertor heat flux mitigation for the stationary case and probably additional reduction of a factor of 5-10 for the transient event, e.g., the edge localized modes. Another part of this report is to summarize the endeavors on experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST) experiment, which might possibly address the solutions to the critical issues for future fusion reactors. Advances on EAST scenario development and divertor heat flux control are presented.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/169794
ISSN: 0093-3813
1939-9375
volume: 44
issue: 10
More Information: 2502
2510
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: EAST Contributions to Closing CFETR Physics Gaps
Authors: Siye Ding;Baonian Wan;Liang Wang;Youwen Sun;Bo Lyu
subject: power exhausting|0-D analysis|experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST)|China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor (CFETR)|steady-state (SS) operation
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Gaps remain in physics and engineering for China Fusion Engineering Test Reactor (CFETR) design. This report will focus on the status and the challenges in high performance long pulse/steady-state (SS) operation and the power exhausting issues. The analysis shows that for the physics goal of CFETR, 200-MW-SS operation is available in the wide windows of 8 &#x2264; I<sub>p</sub> (plasma current, in MA) &#x2264;10, 0.4 &lt;; f<sub>neG</sub> (normalized line-averaged density) &lt;;1 and 1.2 &lt;; H<sub>98</sub> (H factor) &lt;;1.5 with different detailed combinations of the parameters. High density and high confinement scenario is favorite for this goal. CFETR may require at least 30% of divertor heat flux mitigation for the stationary case and probably additional reduction of a factor of 5-10 for the transient event, e.g., the edge localized modes. Another part of this report is to summarize the endeavors on experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST) experiment, which might possibly address the solutions to the critical issues for future fusion reactors. Advances on EAST scenario development and divertor heat flux control are presented.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/169794
ISSN: 0093-3813
1939-9375
volume: 44
issue: 10
More Information: 2502
2510
Appears in Collections:2016

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