October 2019 | L. Steinhauer | | Poster
Tangibles” = inputs to Grushenka: what can be measured. Intangibles” = outputs from Grushenka: what can’t be directlymeasured
October 2018 | L. Steinhauer | APS-DPP | Poster
The magnetic structure of FRCs cannot be measured directly by existing diagnostics. A new tool “Grushenka” finds the structure based on magnetic measurements at the vessel wall.
February 2018 | L. Steinhauer | Physics of Plasmas | Paper
Coupled transport is the close interconnection between the cross-field and parallel fluxes in differ- ent regions due to topological changes in the magnetic field. This occurs because perpendicular transport is necessary for particles or energy to leave closed field-line regions, while parallel transport strongly affects evolution of open field-line regions.
October 2016 | L. Steinhauer | APS-DPP | Poster
The C-2U facility at TAE Technologies creates an advanced, beam-driven FRC with large ion orbits. The plasma is sustained for > 5ms.
August 2014 | L. Steinhauer | Physics of Plasmas | Paper
An interpretive method is developed for extracting details of the fully two-dimensional (2D) “internal” structure of field-reversed configurations (FRC) from common diagnostics.