June 2016 | R. Clary | HTPD | Poster
C-2U is a high-confinement, advanced beam driven field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasma which sustains the configuration for > 5 ms, in excess of typical MHD and fast particle instability times, as well as fast particle slowing down times.
June 2016 | Bihe Deng | HTPD | Poster
Interferometry for improved density profile measurements.
June 2016 | Erik Granstedt | HTPD | Poster
The C-2U device employed neutral beam injection, end-biasing, and various particle fueling techniques to sustain FRC plasmas.
June 2016 | Martin Griswold | HTPD | Poster
The C-2U experiment at TAE Technologies can sustain advanced beam-driven field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasmas.
June 2016 | Richard Magee | HTPD | Poster
In the C-2U experiment,1 high power neutral beam injection creates a large fast ion population that sustains a field-reversed configuration plasma.