November 2021 | E. Granstedt | APS-DPP 2021 | Poster
In TAE Technologies’ current experimental device, C-2W (also called “Norman’’)[1,2], voltages applied to
concentric annular electrodes located in divertors are used to stabilize beam-driven field reversed
configuration (FRC) plasmas.
December 2020 | E. Granstedt | HTPD 2020 | Poster
Long axial direction compared to short symmetric azimuthal direction requires many imaging instruments to view the plasma throughout.
November 2020 | E. Granstedt | APS-DPP | Presentation
Norman plasma consists of an FRC embedded in a magnetic mirror SOL. Neutral particle transport & fast ion modeling indicate gas injection…
October 2018 | E. Granstedt | APS-DPP | Poster
The C-2W device1 is equipped with eight 1.6 MW neutral beams which inject large-orbit fast ions to sustain a field-reversed configuration embedded within an axisymmetric magnetic mirror.
April 2018 | E. Granstedt | HTPD2018 | Poster
generic camera model3 suitable for wide-angle and fish- eye lenses
extrinsic parameters: aperture position, orientation: pitch, yaw, roll.