Energetic Particles in Magnetic Confinement Systems
Proceedings of a Technical Meeting Held in Takayama, Japan, 9–11 November 2005

Proceedings series (International Atomic Energy Agency. CD-ROM)

Subject Classification: 0900-Plasma physics and nuclear fusion

English STI/PUB/1283; (ISBN:92-0-113406-1); € 40.00; Date Published: 2006

This CD contains the presentations made and reports submitted at the 9th IAEA Technical Meeting on Energetic Particles on Magnetic Confinement Systems. A summary of the meeting is also included. Energetic particles externally injected by, for instance, the heating beams or internally generated, such as the alpha particles from the fusion reactions, can trigger major instabilities leading to loss of plasma energy and mass. These physical processes are of major importance for a fusion nuclear reactor, where external heating by neutral beams and positive feedback by alpha particle heating are important mechanisms to assure realization of fusion in an economic way.

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