August 2018 | E. M. Granstedt | Review of Scientific Instruments | Paper
Two filtered, fast-imaging instruments, with radial and axial views, respectively, were used on the C-2U device to visualize line emission from impurities and hydrogenic neutrals.
July 2018 | T. Roche | Review of Scientific Instruments | Paper
A fundamental component of any magnetically confined fusion experiment is a firm understanding of the magnetic field. The increased complexity of the C-2W machine warrants an equally enhanced diagnostic capability.
August 2018 | N. G. Bolte | Review of Scientific Instruments | Paper
TAE Technologies’s advanced beam-driven field-reversed configuration device has a large fast-ion population, allowing for fast-ion D-alpha (FIDA) studies.
July 2018 | M. E. Griswold | Review of Scientific Instruments | Paper
A suite of diagnostics was developed to measure particle and heat fluxes arriving at the divertor elec- trodes of the C-2W experiment at TAE Technologies.
July 2018 | R. M. Magee | Review of Scientific Instruments | Paper
Neutral beam injected fast ions play a dominant role in both the field reversed configuration (FRC) at TAE Technologies and the Madison Symmetric Torus (MST) reversed field pinch (RFP), making fast ion diagnosis a major pillar of both research programs.
March 2018 | T. Edo | Plasma and Fusion Research | Paper
A magnetized coaxial plasma gun (MCPG) is utilized to generate a compact toroid (CT). An MCPG-type CT injector had been developed as a particle refueling system for C-2/C-2U field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasmas. To inject CTs repetitively for a long-lived plasma, the injector has been upgraded.