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

Toroidal Rotation and Momentum Transport Studies in KSTAR Plasmas

Oct 17, 2014, 2:00 PM
4h 45m
Green 8-9 (Hotel Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya)

Green 8-9

Hotel Park Inn Pribaltiyskaya

Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
Poster Poster 8


Dr Sang Gon Lee (National Fusion Research Institute)


An investigation of toroidal rotation and momentum transport was carried out at KSTAR. The impurity toroidal rotation has been observed in the core region from the Doppler shift of helium-like argon x-ray line with various plasma discharges including a pure ohmic heating and neutral beam injection (NBI). In the ohmic plasmas, the direction and magnitude of the core rotation strongly depends on the initial plasma conditions during the plasma current ramp-up phase, and the measured ion thermal Mach number is proportional to the normalized plasma pressure. In the NBI heated plasmas, the core toroidal rotation is proportional to the ion temperature up to ~ 2.5 keV, and then it is saturated to ~ 250 km/sec with the ion temperature up to 4 keV. This observation is under consideration with the NUBEAM simulations focusing on the effects of the beam energy and momentum transport. This paper will describe the experimental results of the toroidal rotation and momentum transport studies in the KSTAR device.
Country or International Organisation Korea, Republic of
Paper Number EX/P8-14

Primary author

Dr Sang Gon Lee (National Fusion Research Institute)


Dr Hyungho Lee (National Fusion Research Institute) Dr JaeChun Seol (National Fusion Research Institute) Ms Jeong Won Yoo (University of Science & Technology) Dr Kenneth Hill (Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory) Dr Laurent Terzolo (National Fusion Research Institute) Dr Manfred Bitter (Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory) Mr Yong Seon Kim (National Fusion Research Institute)

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