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Abstract

HEATING IN PETULA-B The passive waveguides prove to be efficient in suppressing the RF ionization within the gap between the grill and the PETULA port. The movable short circuit effect on the reflection coefficient is greater when the initial matching is worse. The optimum coupling density at the grill mouth follows the N**2-// rule for a large range of N-// values.

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Authors: DAVID C, CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE);BRIAND P, CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE);TONON G, CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE);BOTTOLLIER CURTET H, CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE);ICHTCHENKO G, CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE);HOANG G T, CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE);REY G, CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE);GORMEZANO C, CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE);BIBET PH, CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE);PARLANGE F CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE), CEA, CENTRE D'ETUDES NUCLEAIRES, GRENOBLE (FRANCE)
Bibliographic Reference: COURSE AND WORKSHOP ON APPLICATIONS OF RF WAVES TO TOKAMAK PLASMAS, VILLA MONASTERO, VARENNA (ITALY), SEPT. 5-14, 1985 PP. 835-841, VOL. II 908 P., 1985, VOL. I AND VOL. II WRITE TO MONOTYPIA FRANCHI, VIALE UMBRIA 28/C, 06012 CITTA DI CASTELLO, PERUGIA (I
Record Number: 1989124097200 / Last updated on: 1987-01-01
Category: PUBLICATION
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