Microturbulence studies in RFX-mod

F. Sattin, S.C. Guo, I. Predebon, S.F. Liu, X. Garbet, M. Veranda

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Present-days Reversed Field Pinches (RFPs) are characterized by quasi-laminar magnetic configurations in their core, whose boundaries feature sharp internal transport barriers, in analogy with tokamaks and stellarators. The abatement of magnetic chaos leads to the reduction of associated particle and heat transport along wandering field lines. At the same time, the growth of steep temperature gradients may trigger drift microinstabilities. In this work we summarize the work recently done in the RFP RFX-mod in order to assess the existence and the impact upon transport of such electrostatic and electromagnetic microinstabilities as Ion Temperature Gradient (ITG), Trapped Electron Modes (TEM) and microtearing modes. © 2010 IOP Publishing Ltd.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Externally publishedYes


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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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Sattin, F., Guo, S. C., Predebon, I., Liu, S. F., Garbet, X., & Veranda, M. (2010). Microturbulence studies in RFX-mod. https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/260/1/012018