Our four recent journal publications on JET results in Nuclear Fusion

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Two members of our fusion group, Mervi Mantsinen and Dani Gallart, have collaborated in four recent peer-reviewed journal papers that has been recently published in Nuclear Fusion.

Nuclear Fusion is the acknowledged world-leading journal specializing in fusion. The journal covers all aspects of research, theoretical and practical, relevant to controlled thermonuclear fusion, and enjoys a high impact factor of 3.516 (2018).

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Our new journal paper in Nuclear Fusion

TJ-II stellarator at the Laboratorio Nacional de Fusión (LNF), CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain (Foto: http://www.fusion.ciemat.es)

Our journal article entitled “Modelling of beam-driven Alfvén modes in TJ-II plasmas” has been accepted for publication in Nuclear Fusion. Nuclear Fusion is one of the renowned journals in our field.

The paper reports on our modelling results aimed at understanding a certain type of energetic-particle-driven instabilities called Alfvén modes in TJ-II stellarator plasmas and their comparisons with experimental results. In particular, we have modelled Alfvén eigenmodes in TJ-II discharges with a dynamically changing magnetic configuration when both steady and chirping modes are observed. The modelled mode frequencies and radial locations are found to be consistent with the experimental findings. We also have drawn important conclusions on the properties of the energetic particles that are resonant with the modes.

The journal article can be found via this link.

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Our Nature Physics paper in the BSC News

Interior view of Alcator C-Mod (left) and JET (right) tokamak reactors where experiments reported in the Nature Physics paper were carried out. Source: Plasma Science and Fusion Center, MIT and EUROfusion.

Our group members Mervi Mantsinen and Dani Gallart have participated in the paper “Efficient generation of energetic ions in multi-ion plasmas by radio-frequency heating”, currently available as Advance Online Publication on the Nature Physics website.

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