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Abstract

A zero-dimensional profile dependant model is used to assess the feasibility of ignition in the extended version of NET. Five recent scalings for the energy confinement time (Goldston, Kaye All, Kaye Big, Shimomura-Odajima, Rebut-Lallia) are compared in the frame of two different scenarii, i.e., H-mode with a flat density profile or L-mode with a peaked density profile. For the flat density H-mode case, ignition is accessible with none of the scalings except Rebut-Lallia's. For the peaked density L-mode case, ignition is accessible with none of the scalings except Rebut-Lallia's. For the two Kaye's scalings, ignition is forbidden in H-mode even with the peaked density profile. For the Rebut-Lallia scaling, ignition is allowed in L-mode even with the flat density profile.

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Authors: JOHNER J, CEA/CEN, F;PREVOT F CEA/CEN, F, CEA/CEN, F
Bibliographic Reference: REPORT EUR-CEA-FC-1347-EN-88, AVAILABILITY: CEA/CEN, CADARACHE, F
Availability: Can be ordered online
Record Number: 1989126093200 / Last updated on: 1989-05-01
Category: PUBLICATION
Available languages: en
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