Simulation of wave interactions with MHD

D. Batchelor*, C. Alba, G. Bateman, D. Bernholdt, L. Berry, P. Bonoli, R. Bramley, J. Breslau, M. Chance, J. Chen, M. Choi, W. Elwasif, G. Fu, R. Harvey, E. Jaeger, S. Jardin, T. Jenkins, David Elliot Keyes, S. Klasky, S. KrugerL. Ku, V. Lynch, D. McCune, J. Ramos, D. Schissel, D. Schnack, J. Wright

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Abstract

The broad scientific objectives of the SWIM (Simulation 01 Wave Interaction with MHD) project are twofold: (1) improve our understanding of interactions that both radio frequency (RF) wave and particle sources have on extended-MHD phenomena, and to substantially improve our capability for predicting and optimizing the performance of burning plasmas in devices such as ITER: and (2) develop an integrated computational system for treating multiphysics phenomena with the required flexibility and extensibility to serve as a prototype for the Fusion Simulation Project. The Integrated Plasma Simulator (IPS) has been implemented. Presented here are initial physics results on RP effects on MHD instabilities in tokamaks as well as simulation results for tokamak discharge evolution using the IPS.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number012039
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Volume125
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2008

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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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