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Impurity ion temperature and toroidal rotation velocity in JET from high‐resolution x‐ray and XUV spectroscopy

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Mattioli, M. ; Association EURATOM‐CEA sur la Fusion, CEN‐Cadarache, F‐13108 Saint Paul Lez Durance, France ; Ramette, J. ; Saoutic, B. ; Denne, B.
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Doppler shifts and widths of strong spectral lines have been measured on JET (Joint European Torus) both in the x‐ray (resonance line of He‐like Ni xxvii at 1.5886 Å) and in the XUV region (several Ni, C, and He ion lines are available between 100 and 330 Å). Time‐resolved measurements of impurity ion temperature Tz and plasma toroidal angular velocity ω are presented. Radial profiles of both Tz and ω are inferred in combination with numerical simulations obtained using an impurity transport code, which allows radial localization of the emitting shells.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:64 ,  Issue: 7 )

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Oct 1988

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