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New Ideas in Tokamak Confinement : Research Trends in Physics - Marshall N. Rosenbluth

New Ideas in Tokamak Confinement

Research Trends in Physics

Hardcover Published: 8th May 1997
ISBN: 9781563961311
Number Of Pages: 483

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Polymers occur in many different states and their physical properties are strongly correlated with their conformations. The theoretical investigation of the conformational properties of polymers is a difficult task and numerical methods play an important role in this field. This book contains contributions from a workshop on numerical methods for polymeric systems, held at the IMA in May 1996, which brought together chemists, physicists, mathematicians, computer scientists and statisticians with a common interest in numerical methods. The two major approaches used in the field are molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo methods, and the book includes reviews of both approaches as well as applications to particular polymeric systems. The molecular dynamics approach solves the Newtonian equations of motion of the polymer, giving direct information about the polymer dynamics as well as about static properties. The Monte Carlo approaches discussed in this book all involve sampling along a Markov chain defined on the configuration space of the system. An important feature of the book is the treatment of Monte Carlo methods, including umbrella sampling and multiple Markov chain methods, which are useful for strongly interacting systems such as polymers at low temperatures and in compact phases. The book is of interest to workers in polymer statistical mechanics and also to a wider audience interested in numerical methods and their application in polymeric systems.

Preface
List of Contributors
Lines of Advanced Experiments and Theoretical Issuesp. 3
Small Aspect Ratio Tokamaksp. 16
The Role of Mission of a Steady-State Advanced Tokamakp. 39
Possible Ways Toward Better Tokamak Conceptsp. 55
The Key to ITER: The Divertor and the First Wallp. 67
Effect of Alpha Particles on Toroidal Alfven Eigenmodesp. 89
Tokamak Turbulence in Self-Regulated Differentially Rotating Flow and L-H Transition Dynamicsp. 109
Flow Generation by Turbulencep. 141
Runaway Dynamics in Tokamaksp. 154
Turbulence and Flow Generation in Tokamak Edge Plasmasp. 171
Physics of Tokamak Scrape-off Layer Confinementp. 190
The Gyrofluid Approach to Simulating Tokamak Turbulencep. 199
Stabilizing Tokamak Microturbulence by Neutral Beam Driven Rotationp. 217
Issues in Tokamak/Stellarator Transport and Confinement Enhancement Mechanismsp. 226
Towards a More Complete Picture of Tokamak Edge Transportp. 292
Magnetic Bubbling Due to Interacting Bootstrap-Current-Driven Magnetic Islandsp. 309
Energy and Current Transport: Symmetry Breaking and Degradationp. 327
Cherenkov Excited Kinetic Alfven Wave Transport in Poloidally Shocked Fusion Plasmasp. 339
Theory of Energetic Alpha Particle Driven Alfven Wave Turbulencep. 347
Improved Confinement Regimes in Tuman-3p. 378
Improvement of Tokamak Performance by Injection of Electronsp. 410
D[superscript 3]He Tokamak-Reactor Parametersp. 431
D[superscript 3]He Tokamak-Reactor Parameter Optimizationp. 455
Index of Namesp. 469
Key Word Indexp. 471
List of Participantsp. 479
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ISBN: 9781563961311
ISBN-10: 1563961318
Series: Research Trends in Physics
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 483
Published: 8th May 1997
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.28 x 16.76  x 3.38
Weight (kg): 0.89

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