STUDIES OF TEARING AND G-MODES IN HIGH BETA PLASMAS CONFINED BY A RESISTIVE RIGID WALL
The stability against resistive tearing and interchange modes for an inviscid incompressible plasma confined by a resistive rigid wall is studied. The limiting case of a non-conducting rigid wall is also examined in some details. Results for equilibrium configurations of the reversed field pinch type are presented for both cases. In particular the high beta pinch and pressure model and experimental profiles for the Eta Beta II RFP are considered and the results are compared with the classical (i.e. ideally conducting wall) case.
Bibliographic Reference: COURSE ON MIRROR-BASED AND FIELD-REVERSED APPROACHES TO MAGNETIC FUSION, HELD AT VARENNA (ITALY), SEPT. 7-17, 1983 VOL. 2, PP. 191-203 VOL. 1: 388 P., VOL. 2: 324 P., 1984 WRITE TO MONTYPIA FRANCHI, ST. LUCIA - VIALE UMBRIA NO. 28, 06012 CITTA DI CASTELLO
Record Number: 1989124012300 / Last updated on: 1987-01-01
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