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Remote operation of the GOLEM tokamak with hydrogen and helium plasmas

SVOBODA, V. DVORNOVA, A. DEJARNAC, R. PROCHÁZKA, M. ZAPRYANOV, S. AKHMETZHANOV, R. BOGDANOVA, M. DIMITROVA, M. DIMITROV, Z. HLAVATÁ, L. IVANOV, K. KRUGLOV, K. MARINOVA, P. MASHEROV, P. MOGULKIN, A. MLYNÁŘ, J. STOCKEL, J. VOLYNETS, A.

Original Title

Remote operation of the GOLEM tokamak with hydrogen and helium plasmas

English Title

Remote operation of the GOLEM tokamak with hydrogen and helium plasmas

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

The GOLEM tokamak was operated remotely via internet connection during the 6th International Workshop and Summer School on Plasma Physics. Performances of hydrogen and helium discharges are compared in this paper. It is found, with similar vacuum conditions that helium discharges are shorter but the breakdown of the working gas can be quite easily achieved at almost the same loop voltage. The plasma current in helium discharges is slightly lower than in the case of hydrogen. Turbulent fluctuations of the floating potential measured by means of anarray of Langmuir probes reveal a noticeably different character.

English abstract

The GOLEM tokamak was operated remotely via internet connection during the 6th International Workshop and Summer School on Plasma Physics. Performances of hydrogen and helium discharges are compared in this paper. It is found, with similar vacuum conditions that helium discharges are shorter but the breakdown of the working gas can be quite easily achieved at almost the same loop voltage. The plasma current in helium discharges is slightly lower than in the case of hydrogen. Turbulent fluctuations of the floating potential measured by means of anarray of Langmuir probes reveal a noticeably different character.

Keywords

Tokamak, helium, remote operation

Released

04.11.2016

Publisher

IOP Science

ISBN

1742-6596

Periodical

Journal of Physics: Conference Series

Year of study

768

Number

1

State

GB

Pages from

012002-1

Pages to

012002-8

Pages count

8

URL

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BibTex


@article{BUT109675,
  author="Vojtěch {Svoboda} and Anastasiia {Dvornova} and Renaud {Dejarnac} and Michal {Procházka} and Stanislav {Zapryanov} and Ruslan {Akhmetzhanov} and Maria {Bogdanova} and Miglena {Dimitrova} and Zhivko {Dimitrov} and Lucie {Dřímalková} and Krasimir {Ivanov} and Kirill {Kruglov} and Plamena {Marinova} and Pavel {Masherov} and Andrey {Mogulkin} and Jan {Mlynář} and Jan {Stockel} and Andrey {Volynets}",
  title="Remote operation of the GOLEM tokamak with hydrogen and helium plasmas",
  annote="The GOLEM tokamak was operated remotely via internet connection during the 6th International Workshop and Summer School on Plasma Physics. Performances of hydrogen and helium discharges are compared in this paper. It is found, with similar vacuum conditions that helium discharges are shorter but the breakdown of the working gas can be quite easily achieved at almost the same loop voltage. The plasma current in helium discharges is slightly lower than in the case of hydrogen. Turbulent fluctuations of the floating potential measured by means of anarray of Langmuir probes reveal a noticeably different character.",
  address="IOP Science",
  chapter="109675",
  doi="10.1088/1742-6596/768/1/012002",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="IOP Science",
  number="1",
  volume="768",
  year="2016",
  month="november",
  pages="012002-1--012002-8",
  publisher="IOP Science",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}