Nuclear Fusion Physics and Technology/Tokamak Device< Nuclear Fusion Physics and Technology
- 1 Note: Basic assumptions
- 2 Definition: Magnetic vessel
- 3 Definition: Linear configuration
- 4 Definition: Toroidal configuration
- 5 Definition: Number 8 configuration
- 6 Definition: Stelarator
- 7 Definition: Poloidal magnetic field
- 8 Definition: Toroidal magnetic field
- 9 Definition: Main axis
- 10 Definition: Magnetic axis
- 11 Definition: Major radius
- 12 Definition: Minor radius
- 13 Definition: Aspect ratio
Note: Basic assumptionsEdit
Lets assume electromagnetic field described by electric and magnetic vector fields and plasma described by probability density . Also lets assume that basic terms are self-explaining.
Definition: Magnetic vesselEdit
Magnetic vessel is electromagnetic field device aimed for plasma keeping.
Definition: Linear configurationEdit
Linear configuration of magnetic vessel is electromagnetic field with parallel field lines and open ends.
Definition: Toroidal configurationEdit
Toroidal configuration of magnetic vessel is toroidal electromagnetic field with closed ends.
Definition: Number 8 configurationEdit
Number 8 configuration of magnetic vessel is crossed electromagnetic field with closed ends and field lines in number 8 shape.
Stelarator is axial asymmetric magnetic vessel with toroidal configuration.
Definition: Poloidal magnetic fieldEdit
Poloidal magnetic field of toroidal magnetic vessel is magnetic field component with field lines closed perpendicular around coordinate .
Definition: Toroidal magnetic fieldEdit
Toroidal magnetic field of toroidal magnetic vessel is magnetic field component with field lines closed perpendicular around coordinate .
Definition: Main axisEdit
Definition: Magnetic axisEdit
Definition: Major radiusEdit
Major radius is distance between main axis to magnetic axis.
Definition: Minor radiusEdit
Minor radius is distance between magnetic axis and plasma edge. (plasma edge definition needed, maybe 1/e drop of f(r)?)
Definition: Aspect ratioEdit
Aspect ratio is ratio of major radius and minor radius