Toroidal transport measurement of laser injected impurities in TEXTOR
This paper deals with the toroidal spread of laser blow-off injected particles. As the toroidal spread of the injected particles is a fast process, only the low ionised stages of the injected elements play a role in the distribution. Two different elements, lithium and aluminium, were injected into TEXTOR tokamak, and the distribution in time and space for different low ionisation stages of both elements was measured for different types of injection. An overview of the experimental set-up is given and the results of the toroidal distribution measurements in the vicinity of the injection are then described. Toroidal delay investigations far from the place of the injection are outlined and a discussion and summary are then presented.
Bibliographic Reference: Article: KFKI-RMKI-KFA-IPP Workshop on the Use of Atomic Beams in Plasma Experiments, Budapest, Ungarn, Report KFKI-1993-19/D (1993) pp. 128-138
Record Number: 199311521 / Last updated on: 1994-11-28
Original language: en
Available languages: en