The scientific case for a JET D-T experiment

H. Weisen, A.C.C. Sips, C.D. Challis, L.-G. Eriksson, S.E. Sharapov, P. Batistoni, L.D. Horton, K.-D. Zastrow

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Abstract

After the first high power D-T experiment in JET in 1997 (DTE1), when JET was equipped with Carbon PFC's, a proposed second high power (up to ∼40MW) D-T campaign (DTE2) in the current Be/W vessel will address essential operational, technical, diagnostics and scientific issues in support of ITER. These experiments are proposed to minimize the risks to ITER by testing strategies for the management of the in-vessel tritium content, by providing the basis for transferring operational scenarios from non-active operation to D-T mixtures and by addressing the issue of the neutron measurement accuracy. Dedicated campaigns with operation in Deuterium, Hydrogen and Tritium before the D-T campaign proper will allow the investigation of isotope scaling of the H-mode transition, pedestal physics, heat, particle, momentum and impurity transport in much greater detail than was possible in DTE1. The D-T campaign proper will include validations of the baseline ELMy H-Mode scenario, of the hybrid H-mode and advanced tokamak scenarios, as well as the investigation of alpha particle physics and the qualification of ICRH scenarios suitable for D-T operation. This paper reviews the scientific goals of DTE2 together with a summary of the results of DTE1. © 2014 American Institute of Physics.
Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 2014
Externally publishedYes
EventInternational Conference on Fusion Reactor Diagnostics - , Italy
Duration: 1 Jan 2014 → …

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Fusion Reactor Diagnostics
CountryItaly
Period1/1/14 → …

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Weisen, H., Sips, A. C. C., Challis, C. D., Eriksson, L-G., Sharapov, S. E., Batistoni, P., ... Zastrow, K-D. (2014). The scientific case for a JET D-T experiment. Paper presented at International Conference on Fusion Reactor Diagnostics, Italy. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4894028