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Calibration of the charge exchange recombination spectroscopy diagnostic for core poloidal rotation velocity measurements on JET

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9 Author(s)
Crombe, K. ; Department of Applied Physics, Ghent University, Rozier 44, B-9000, Ghent, Belgium ; Andrew, Y. ; Giroud, C. ; Hawkes, N. C.
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This article describes recent improvements in the measurement of C6+ impurity ion poloidal rotation velocities in the core plasma of JET using charge exchange recombination spectroscopy. Two independent techniques are used to provide an accurate line calibration. The first method uses a Perkin–Elmer type 303–306 samarium hollow cathode discharge lamp, with a Sm I line at 528.291 nm close to the C VI line at 529.1 nm. The second method uses the Be II at 527.06 nm and C III at 530.47 nm in the plasma spectrum as two marker lines on either side of the C VI line. Since the viewing chords have both a toroidal and poloidal component, it is important to determine the contribution of the toroidal rotation velocity component separately. The toroidal rotation velocity in the plasma core is measured with an independent charge exchange recombination spectroscopy diagnostic, looking tangentially at the plasma core. The contribution of this velocity along the lines of sight of the poloidal rotation diagnostic has been determined experimentally in L-mode plasmas keeping the poloidal component constant (K. Crombé etal, Proc. 30th EPS Conference, St. Petersburg, Russia, 7–11 July 2003, p. 1.55). The results from these experiments are compared with calculations of the toroidal contribution that take into account the original design parameters of the diagnostic and magnetic geometry of individual shots.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:75 ,  Issue: 10 )

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Oct 2004

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