16 June 1983 Application Of Thomson Scattering To The Diagnosis Of Plasma Temperatures Within The Joint European Torus Using 10.6 µm Radiation
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Proceedings Volume 0369, Max Born Centenary Conf; (1983) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.934432
Event: The Max Born Centenary Conference, 1982, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Abstract
On completion, the Joint European Torus (JET) will he the largest nuclear fusion experiment constructed. We are currently developing a novel system to measure radial electron temnerature/density profiles and central ion temperatures within the plasma using a 10Hz rep-rate CO2 laser. The large dimensions and expected neutron fluxes represent significant constraints on this design. Specifically the input and collected scattered radiation have to he relayed between shielded lasers/detectors and the torus, ~ 30m away, and the alignment maintained remotely. This system, containing ~ 75 mirrors and designed with the aid of a computer ray-tracing program, is described together with some details of the spectrometer and laser.
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D. A. Reynolds, D. A. Reynolds, I. J. Spalding, I. J. Spalding, T. Stamatakis, T. Stamatakis, A. C. Walker, A. C. Walker, } "Application Of Thomson Scattering To The Diagnosis Of Plasma Temperatures Within The Joint European Torus Using 10.6 µm Radiation", Proc. SPIE 0369, Max Born Centenary Conf, (16 June 1983); doi: 10.1117/12.934432; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.934432
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