Tomographic reconstruction of COMPASS tokamak edge turbulence from single visible camera data and automatic turbulence stucture tracking

Abstract : A. MOTIVATION • Importance of turbulence in fusion devices • Hard to diagnose scrape-of-layer (high fluxes) • Optical diagnostics popular → visible camera • Light coming from interaction neutral/plasma • Gas-puff imaging to have 2D poloidal section • Not passive diagnostic → perturbation [1]
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Jordan Cavalier, Nicolas Lemoine, F. Brochard, Vladimir Weinzettl, Jakub Seidl, et al.. Tomographic reconstruction of COMPASS tokamak edge turbulence from single visible camera data and automatic turbulence stucture tracking. 3rd European Conference on Plasma Diagnostics, May 2019, Lisbon, Portugal. ⟨hal-02372093⟩

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