Recent Experiments on the STOR-M Tokamak
33rd Annual CNS Conference - 2012 June 10-13


Presented at:
33rd Annual CNS Conference
2012 June 10-13
Location:
Saskatoon, Canada
Session Title:
Fusion Science & Technology-1

Authors:
C. Xiao (University of Saskatchewan)
Takumi Onchi (University of Saskatchewan/Institute of Plasma Physics NSC KIPT)
Yelu Liu (University of Saskatchewan)
S. Elgriw (University of Saskatchewan)
Mycola Dreval (University of Saskatchewan)
David McColl (University of Saskatchewan)
Tomohiko Asai (Nihon University)
Akira Hirose (University of Saskatchewan)
  

Abstract

Recent experiments on the STOR-M tokamak have been focused on basic tokamak physics and technology development. Active control of the magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) instabilities has been achieved by helical resonant magnetic perturbations (RMPs). Improved confinement has been induced by gas puffing during ohmic discharges. Momentum injection from a tangentially injected compact torus (CT) plasmoid to the STOR-M discharge has been observed.

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