Bulletin of the American Physical Society
60th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics
Volume 63, Number 11
Monday–Friday, November 5–9, 2018; Portland, Oregon
Session CP11: Poster Session II: Basic Plasma Physics; Boundary, PMI, Proto-MPEX; International Tokamaks; Turbulence and Transport; Other Configurations; Z-pinch, Dense Plasma Focus and MagLIF (2:00pm-5:00pm)
Monday, November 5, 2018
OCC Room: Exhibit Hall A1&A
Abstract ID: BAPS.2018.DPP.CP11.112
Abstract: CP11.00112 : Optimization of Plasma Shape of the CFETR by Static Equilibrium Calculation
The zero-dimension parameter of the CFETR has been updated in 2018. The calculation of equilibria must give the operating space of the plasma configurations in extreme status, so as to provide a reference to other design issues, such as the physical study of the divertor and optimum design of the poloidal field (PF) coils. By using the TEQ, a sequence of standard H-mode equilibria with a wide range of internal self-inductance (li) and triangularity were established. The iteration of the equilibrium and divertor structure progressed until the result met the requirements in physics and engineering. A comparison of PF-coil designs from different coil positions was performed to demonstrate that it is indeed possible to sustain significant flux for the current flattop phase while PF coil currents are all under their limits. With additional PF coils inside the vacuum vessel, currents in some PF coils decreased, we then show that it is possible to build advanced diverted plasma configurations which would be beneficial for reducing high-power load on divertor targets.
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