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October 2018 | T. Roche | APS-DPP | Poster
The experimental goals of the C-2W program are to demonstrate the ability to heat and maintain a field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasma to a total temperature of several keV for a period of 30 ms.
October 2018 | B. Scott Nicks | APS-DPP | Poster
Beam-driven ion-Bernstein mode seen theoretically, exhibits wakefield character that creates similar large fast ion tail and fusion enhancement
October 2018 | S. Dettrick | APS-DPP | Poster
Flexible control systems for all three of these actuators are available on the C-2W experiment, so we study their effects on FRC Equilibrium and Global Stability
October 2018 | R. Smith | APS-DPP | Poster
TAE Technology’s C-2W experiment has been operational for over 18 months and has produced long-lived field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasmas.
October 2018 | P.C. Norgaard | APS-DPP | Poster
Bayesian methods are used to infer Field Reversed Configuration (FRC) plasma properties for the C-2W machine at TAE Technologies.
October 2018 | M. C. Thompson| APS-DPP | Poster
TAE Technologies, Inc. studies the evolution of advanced beam-driven field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasmas sustained by neutral-beam injection.
October 2018 | M. Onofri | APS-DPP | Poster
We study the effects of end shorting and electrostatic biasing in simulations of the C-2W Field Reversed Configuration experiment using the Q2D code.
October 2018 | M. Nations | APS-DPP | Poster
One of the key advantages of using two different spectral regions (VIS and NIR) to measure bremsstrahlung continuum is that they have different pollutant sensitivities
October 2018 | M. E. Griswold | APS-DPP | Poster
In an hypothetical isolated mirror (with no net current flow), an ambipolar electric potential modifies the loss cone so electrons are lost at the same rate as ions.