Overview of the JET results in support to ITER

X. Litaudon S. Abduallev M. Abhangi P. Abreu M. Afzal M. Aggarwal 1 T. Ahlgren J. Ahn L. Aho-Mantila 2 N. Aiba M. Airila 3 R. Albanese 4 V. Aldred D. Alegre E. Alessi P. Aleynikov A. Alfier A. Alkseev M. Allinson B. Alper 5 E. Alves 6 G. Ambrosino 7 R. Ambrosino L. Amicucci V. Amosov E. Andersson Sundén M. Angelone M. Anghel C. Angioni 8 L. Appel C. Appelbee P. Arena 9 M. Ariola 7 H. Arnichand S. Arshad A. Ash N. Ashikawa 10 V. Aslanyan O. Asunta F. Auriemma Y. Austin L. Avotina M. Axton C. Ayres M. Bacharis A. Baciero D. Baião S. Bailey 11 A. Baker 12 I. Balboa 5 M. Balden N. Balshaw R. Bament W. Banks Y. Baranov M. Barnard D. Barnes M. Barnes R. Barnsley 13 A. Baron Wiechec L. Barrera Orte M. Baruzzo V. Basiuk M. Bassan R. Bastow A. Batista P. Batistoni R. Baughan B. Bauvir L. Baylor B. Bazylev 14 J. Béal 15 S. Beaumont 16 M. Beckers B. Beckett 13 A. Bécoulet 17 N. Bekris M. Beldishevski K. Bell F. Belli M. Bellinger E. Belonohy 18 N. Ben Ayed 19 A. Benterman H. Bergsåker J. Bernardo M. Bernert M. Berry 20 L. Bertalot 21 C. Besliu M. Beurskens 5 B. Bieg J. Bielecki 22 T. Biewer M. Bigi P. Bílková F. Binda A. Bisoffi S. Bizarro C. Björkas J. Blackburn K. Blackman 23 R. Blackman P. Blanchard 24 P. Blatchford V. Bobkov 8 A. Boboc 24 G. Bodnár O. Bogar I. Bolshakova 25 T. Bolzonella N. Bonanomi F. Bonelli J. Boom 8 J. Booth D. Borba D. Borodin I. Borodkina 26 A. Botrugno C. Bottereau 17 P. Boulting C. Bourdelle 17 M. Bowden C. Bower C. Bowman T. Boyce C. Boyd J. Boyer M. Bradshaw V. Braic R. Bravanec B. Breizman S. Bremond D. Brennan S. Breton A. Brett S. Brezinsek 27 M. Bright M. Brix 24 W. Broeckx M. Brombin A. Brosławski D. Brown M. Brown E. Bruno J. Bucalossi 17 J. Buch J. Buchanan M. Buckley R. Budny H. Bufferand M. Bulman N. Bulmer P. Bunting P. Buratti A. Burckhart A. Buscarino A. Busse N. Butler I. Bykov 28 J. Byrne 29 P. Cahyna 30 G. Calabrò I. Calvo Y. Camenen 31 P. Camp D. Campling J. Cane B. Cannas A. Capel J. Card A. Cardinali P. Carman M. Carr D. Carralero L. Carraro 32 B. Carvalho I. Carvalho P. Carvalho J. Casson C. Castaldo N. Catarino J. Caumont F. Causa R. Cavazzana K. Cave-Ayland M. Cavinato M. Cecconello S. Ceccuzzi E. Cecil A. Cenedese 33 R. Cesario D. Challis M. Chandler 34 D. Chandra 35 S. Chang A. Chankin I. Chapman S. Chapman 36 M. Chernyshova 37 G. Chitarin G. Ciraolo 17 D. Ciric J. Citrin F. Clairet 17 E. Clark M. Clark R. Clarkson D. Clatworthy C. Clements M. Cleverly J. Coad A. Coates 38 A. Cobalt V. Coccorese V. Cocilovo S. Coda R. Coelho W. Coenen I. Coffey 39 L. Colas S. Collins D. Conka S. Conroy N. Conway D. Coombs D. Cooper 40 S. Cooper 41 C. Corradino Y. Corre 17 G. Corrigan 5 S. Cortes D. Coster S. Couchman M. Cox T. Craciunescu S. Cramp R. Craven F. Crisanti 42 G. Croci D. Croft K. Crombé 43 R. Crowe N. Cruz G. Cseh A. Cufar A. Cullen M. Curuia A. Czarnecka 37 H. Dabirikhah P. Dalgliesh S. Dalley J. Dankowski D. Darrow O. Davies W. Davis C. Day I. Day M. de Bock A. de Castro E. de La Cal E. Luna 44 G. de Masi J. de Pablos G. de Temmerman 45 G. de Tommasi P. de Vries 24 K. Deakin J. Deane F. Degli Agostini R. Dejarnac 30 E. Delabie 46 N. Den Harder 47 R. Dendy J. Denis P. Denner S. Devaux 48 P. Devynck 49 F. Di Maio 50 A. Di Siena C. Di Troia P. Dinca R. D’inca 8 B. Ding T. Dittmar H. Doerk R. Doerner T. Donné S. Dorling S. Dormido-Canto S. Doswon D. Douai T. Doyle A. Drenik P. Drewelow 8 P. Drews Ph. Duckworth R. Dumont P. Dumortier D. Dunai M. Dunne 51 I. Ďuran F. Durodié P. Dutta B. Duval R. Dux K. Dylst N. Dzysiuk V. Edappala J. Edmond M. Edwards J. Edwards Th. Eich A. Ekedahl 17 R. El-Jorf Davide Galassi 52
Abstract : The 2014-2016 JET results are reviewed in the light of their significance for optimising the ITER research plan for the active and non-active operation. More than 60 h of plasma operation with ITER first wall materials successfully took place since its installation in 2011. New multi-machine scaling of the type I-ELM divertor energy flux density to ITER is supported by first principle modelling. ITER relevant disruption experiments and first principle modelling are reported with a set of three disruption mitigation valves mimicking the ITER setup. Insights of the L-H power threshold in Deuterium and Hydrogen are given, stressing the importance of the magnetic configurations and the recent measurements of fine-scale structures in the edge radial electric. Dimensionless scans of the core and pedestal confinement provide new information to elucidate the importance of the first wall material on the fusion performance. H-mode plasmas at ITER triangularity (H = 1 at beta(N) similar to 1.8 and n/n(GW) similar to 0.6) have been sustained at 2 MA during 5 s. The ITER neutronics codes have been validated on high performance experiments. Prospects for the coming D-T campaign and 14 MeV neutron calibration strategy are reviewed.
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X. Litaudon, S. Abduallev, M. Abhangi, P. Abreu, M. Afzal, et al.. Overview of the JET results in support to ITER. Nuclear Fusion, IOP Publishing, 2017, 57 (10), pp.102001. ⟨hal-01660974⟩



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