Tungsten Data for Current and Future Uses in Fusion and Plasma Science
AbstractWe give a brief overview of our recent experimental and theoretical work involving highly charged tungsten ions in high-temperature magnetically confined plasmas. Our work includes X-ray and extreme ultraviolet spectroscopy, state-of-the-art structure calculations, the generation of dielectronic recombination rate coefficients, collisional-radiative spectral modeling and assessments of the atomic data need for X-ray diagnostics monitoring of the parameters of the core plasma of future tokamaks, such as ITER. We give examples of our recent results in these areas. View Full-Text
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Beiersdorfer, P.; Clementson, J.; Safronova, U.I. Tungsten Data for Current and Future Uses in Fusion and Plasma Science. Atoms 2015, 3, 260-272.
Beiersdorfer P, Clementson J, Safronova UI. Tungsten Data for Current and Future Uses in Fusion and Plasma Science. Atoms. 2015; 3(2):260-272.Chicago/Turabian Style
Beiersdorfer, Peter; Clementson, Joel; Safronova, Ulyana I. 2015. "Tungsten Data for Current and Future Uses in Fusion and Plasma Science." Atoms 3, no. 2: 260-272.