Turbulent transport of fusion plasmas

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Description

Fusion energy is an important future source of energy because of its environmentally friendliness and virtually inexhaustible way to produce energy. Fusion is, however, a scientifically and technologically very challenging to implement. One key challenge is to
understand the turbulent transport which weakens the confinement. This project aims to investigate transport processes and flow near and at the scrape-off-layer of tokamak plasma. During 2020-2021 we will also investigate the isotope effect in high density discharges.
Short titleVen.vieraat2020-2021/Kiviniemi
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01/02/202031/12/2022

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