May 2012 | S. Korepanov | HTPD | Poster
A diagnostic technique for measuring the fast-ion energy distribution in a field-reversed configuration plasma was developed and tested on the C-2 experiment.
December 2011 | A. Ivanov | ICIS | Presentation
Based on several decades of experimental and theoretical research of Plasma Configuration with a Reversed magnetic Field (FRC) , it is presently considered as an alternative venue for steady state and/or pulsed CTF.
November 2011 | R. Clary | APS-DPP | Poster
The TAE Technologies C-2 device [1,2] aims to explore confinement properties of colliding Field-Reversed Configuration (FRC) plasmas, augmented with neutral beam injection.
November 2011 | S. Korepanov | APS-DPP | Poster
One of the goals of the C-2 experiment [1,2] is to explore FRC sustainment and current drive from neutral beam injection. Studies of the relaxation and confinement of hot anisotropic ions created by the neutral beams are considered to be key elements of the experimental research program.
October 2011 | A. Smirnov | PPPL Seminar | Presentation
The merged FRCs in C-2 are suitable for high powered neutral beam injection (NBI) experiments. A versatile, robust and highly reliable NBI system was built.
September 2011 | S. Dettrick | ICNSP | Poster
We examine the use of the Thrust library  to accelerate on the GPU a Monte Carlo code used for Neutral Beam Injection in FRCs.