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Oct 13 – 18, 2014
Hotel Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya
Europe/Moscow timezone

Integrated Modelling of DEMO-FNS Current Ramp-up Scenario and Steady State Regime

Oct 17, 2014, 8:30 AM
4h
Green 8-9 (Hotel Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya)

Green 8-9

Hotel Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya

Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
Poster Poster 7

Speaker

Dr Alexei DNESTROVSKIJ (Kurchatov Institute)

Description

The approach to the integrated modelling of plasma regimes in the projected neutron source DEMO-FNS [1] based on different codes is developed. The integrated modelling allows eliminating uncertainties in external parameters for such tasks as plasma current ramp up, steady-state plasma consistency, plasma stability and heat load onto the wall and divertor plates. The following codes are employed for the integrated modelling 1. The ASTRA transport code [2] is used for adjustment of the steady-state regime parameters. The NUBEAM Monte Carlo code incorporated into the ASTRA code 2. The DINA free boundary equilibrium and evolution code [3] 3. The SPIDER free boundary equilibrium and equilibrium reconstruction code [4] and KINX ideal MHD stability code [5 4. The TOKAMEQ free boundary equilibrium code [6] and the TOKSTAB vertical displacement stability code [7]. 5. The SOL-Onion-skin semi-analytic modelling code of self-consistent description of the core, edge and divertor plasmas based on the experimental scaling laws [8]. The uncertain parameters are verified by calculations of the main plasma profiles with the ASTRA code and of the edge and divertor plasma with the B2SOLPS5.2 [9] code. The consistent steady state regime for the DEMO-FNS plasma and the plasma current ramp up scenario are developed as a result of integrated modelling approach. The design with the long-legged divertor is proposed. The copper insets are suggested for the suppression of the instability to vertical displacement. [1] B.V.Kuteev et al., This conference [2] G.V. Pereverzev, P.N. Yushmanov, (2002) Max-Planck-Institut für Plasmaphysik ID 282186 http://edoc.mpg.de/282186 [3] R.R. Khayrutdinov and V.E. Lukash. J. Comput. Physics, (1993),V. 109, p 193 [4] A A Ivanov et al 2005 32nd EPS Conf. on Plasma Physics 29C (ECA) P-5.063 [5] L.Degtyarev et al Comput. Phys. Comm. vol. 103, 10 (1997) [6] D.Yu.Sychugov, VANT, Termoyadernyi sintez 31 (4), (2008), 85 (in Russion). [7] D.Yu.Sychugov, VANT, Termoyadernyi sintez 33 (3), (2010), 46 (in Russion). [8] V.Yu.Sergeev et al., Plasma Physics Reports, 2012, Vol. 38, No. 7, pp. 521. [9] V. Rozhansky, et al. Nuclear Fusion (2001) 41 387 .
Paper Number FNS/P7-11
Country or International Organisation Russian Federation

Primary author

Dr Alexei DNESTROVSKIJ (Kurchatov Institute)

Co-authors

Dr Alexei Bykov (Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University) Dr Andrei Ivanov (M.V.Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics) Prof. Boris Kuteev (NRC "Kurchatov Institute") Dr Dmitrij Sychugov (M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University) Dr Rustam Khayrutdinov (Kurchatov Institute) Dr Sergei Medvedev (M.V.Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics) Dr Victor Lukash (Kurchatov Institute) Prof. Vladimir Sergeev (Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnical University)

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