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NSTX-U. Supported by. Waves & Energetic Particles contributions to FY2015 JRT. Coll of Wm & Mary Columbia U CompX General Atomics FIU INL Johns Hopkins U LANL LLNL Lodestar MIT Lehigh U Nova Photonics Old Dominion ORNL PPPL Princeton U Purdue U SNL Think Tank, Inc. UC Davis

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Waves energetic particles contributions to fy2015 jrt

NSTX-U

Supported by

Waves & Energetic Particles

contributions to FY2015 JRT

Coll of Wm & Mary

Columbia U

CompX

General Atomics

FIU

INL

Johns Hopkins U

LANL

LLNL

Lodestar

MIT

Lehigh U

Nova Photonics

Old Dominion

ORNL

PPPL

Princeton U

Purdue U

SNL

Think Tank, Inc.

UC Davis

UC Irvine

UCLA

UCSD

U Colorado

U Illinois

U Maryland

U Rochester

U Tennessee

U Tulsa

U Washington

U Wisconsin

X Science LLC

Culham Sci Ctr

York U

Chubu U

Fukui U

Hiroshima U

Hyogo U

Kyoto U

Kyushu U

Kyushu Tokai U

NIFS

Niigata U

U Tokyo

JAEA

Inst for Nucl Res, Kiev

Ioffe Inst

TRINITI

Chonbuk Natl U

NFRI

KAIST

POSTECH

Seoul Natl U

ASIPP

CIEMAT

FOM Inst DIFFER

ENEA, Frascati

CEA, Cadarache

IPP, Jülich

IPP, Garching

ASCR, Czech Rep

M. Podestà

G. Taylor, N. Gorelenkov

and the NSTX-U Research Team

PPPL, room B238

12/06/2013


Wep contributions target characterization of new actuators model validation

WEP contributions target characterization of [new] actuators, model validation

This research will examine a variety of heating and current drive techniques

in order to validate theoretical models of both the actuator performance

and the transport and global stability response to varied heating and current drive deposition.


Nstx u can contribute with studies of nbi and nbi hhfw mhfw experiments

NSTX-U can contribute with studies of NBIand NBI+HHFW/MHFW experiments

This research will examine a variety of heating and current drive techniques...

  • Actuators are complementary to NBI+ECH on DIII-D

  • Restrict to flat-top phase

  • Characterization of 2nd NBI line part of FY15 Research Milestone R15-2

    • Specific targets for JRT: effects of NBI parameters on q profile, rotation, *AE stability

  • NBI+rf scenario of interest for ITER

    • Unique (US) capability for NSTX-U

    • Look at effects on JNI (through heating -> bootstrap)

    • Will ITER-relevant MHFW conditions be achievable in FY15?

New 2nd NBI

Present NBI


Model development and validation is high priority for fy13 15 excellent progress made

Model development and validation is high priority for FY13-15; excellent progress made

This research will examine a variety of heating and current drive techniques

in order to validate theoretical models of both the actuator performance ...

  • Complementary to NBI+ECH on DIII-D

  • Characterize new NBI line (R15-2)

  • Study NBI+rf scenarios

  • Validation of classical NUBEAM/TRANSP foreseen (R15-2) as “baseline capability”

  • New capabilities in NUBEAM/TRANSP will enable more accurate simulations

    • “Kick” model for NUBEAM being developed

    • Improved computation of fast ion-related quantities (e.g. JNB, torque) when instabilities are present

Tests of reduced “kick” model for NUBEAM/TRANSP

NSTX#139048

shaded: exp’t

symbols: model


Model development and validation is high priority for fy13 15 excellent progress made1

Model development and validation is high priority for FY13-15; excellent progress made

  • Complementary to NBI+ECH on DIII-D

  • Characterize new NBI line (R15-2)

  • Study NBI+rf scenarios

This research will examine a variety of heating and current drive techniques

in order to validate theoretical models of both the actuator performance

and the transport and global stability response to varied heating and current drive deposition.

  • Validation of NUBEAM/TRANSP

  • Validation of reduced models

  • Improved HHFW/MHFW modeling capabilities

  • Reduced models for fast ion transport by *AEs [, kinks, NTMs] being developed/validated (R14-2)

    • Critical Gradient (1.5D-QL) model

    • “Kick” model for NUBEAM

  • Improved models also being developed for HHFW/MHFW

    • Awaiting new data for extensive validation

    • Will apply to NBI+rf scenarios

  • Modeling work exploits synergy with DIII-D and collaborators


Model development and validation is high priority for fy13 15 excellent progress made2

Model development and validation is high priority for FY13-15; excellent progress made

  • Complementary to NBI+ECH on DIII-D

  • Characterize new NBI line

  • Study NBI+rf scenarios

This research will examine a variety of heating and current drive techniques

in order to validate theoretical models of both the actuator performance

and the transport and global stability response to varied heating and current drive deposition.

  • Validation of NUBEAM/TRANSP

  • Validation of reduced models

  • Improved HHFW/MHFW modeling capabilities

  • Apply reduced models for fast ion transport

  • Apply improved models for NBI+HHFW/MHFW


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