LIST OF REFERENCES

  • TRANSP Web Site: https://transp.pppl.gov
  • TRANSP DOI: 10.11578/dc.20180627.4

  • TORIC: M. Brambilla, "Numerical simulation of ion cyclotron waves in tokamak plasmas", Plasma Phys. Cont. Fusion 41, 1 (1999).
  • FPP: G.W. Hammett, "Fast Ion Studies of Ion Cyclotron Heating in the PLT Tokamak", Ph.D. Thesis (Princeton, 1986).
  • GENRAY: R.W. Harvey and M.G. McCoy, Proceedings of the IAEA Technical Committee on Advances in Simulation and Modeling of Thermonuclear plasmas, 489, Vienna, IAEA. (1993)
  • GENRAY, adjoint calculations:
    • A.P. Smirnov A.P. et al, Proceedings of the 15th Workshop on ECE and ECRH, 301, World scientific (2009)
    • C.F.F. Karney and N.J. Fisch, Phys. Plasmas 28 116 (1985)
    • C.F.F. Karney, N.J. Fisch and A.H. Reiman, in Radio-Frequency power in plasmas, 190 430 (1989) AIP Conf. Proc.
  • CQL3D: G.D. Kerbel and M.G. McCoy, Phys. Fluids 28, 3629 (1985)
  • interface for LHCD calculations with GENRAY-CQL3D described in:
    • F. M. Poli et al, Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion 58, 095001 (2016).
  • TORAY: Kritz A.H. et al 1982 Heating in toroidal plasmas Proc. 3rd Joint Varenna-Grenoble Int. Symp. (Grenoble, France, 1982) (Brussels: Commission of the European Communities) p 707
  • TORBEAM: "TORBEAM 2.0, a paraxial beam tracing code for electron-cyclotron beams in fusion plasmas for extended physics applications", E. Poli et al., Comp. Phys. Comm. 225, 36 (2018).
  • TEQ: Dectyarev L, Drozdov V. "An inverse variable technique in the MHD-equilibrium Problem", Computer Physics Reports 2 341 (1985)
  • ISOLVER: R. Andre "TRANSP/PTRANSP Isolver Free Boundary Equilibrium Solver", presented at APS-DPP 2012
  • NCLASS: W.A. Houlberg et al., "Bootstrap Current and Neoclassical Transport in Tokamaks of Arbitrary Collisionality and Aspect Ratio", Phys. Plasmas 4 (9), Sept. 1997, pp 3230-3242.
  • NTCC pedestal module: T. Onjun T., Bateman G., Kritz A.H and Hammett G., Phys. Plasmas 9 5018 (2002)
  • EPED1-NN: O.Meneghini et al, Nuclear Fusion 57, 086034 (2017).
  • NUBEAM: A. Pankin, D. McCune, R. Andre et al., "The Tokamak Monte Carlo Fast Ion Module NUBEAM in the National Transport Code Collaboration Library", Computer Physics Communications Vol. 159, No. 3 (2004) 157-184.
  • LSC: D.W. Ignat et al, Nucl. Fusion 34 837 (1994)
  • NTM module: E. Fredrickson et al, Phys. Plasmas 7 4112 (2000)
  • NTM module interface in TRANSP: F.M. Poli et al, Nucl. Fusion 58 016007 (2018)
  • Sawtooth model:
    • B.B. Kadomtsev, Sov. J. Plasma Phys. 1 (1975) 389.
    • F. Porcelli, Plas. Phys. and Cont. Fusion 38 (1996) 2163.


ATOMIC PHYSICS
  • ADAS: http://open.adas.ac.uk
  • PREACT:
    • C.F. Barnett et al, Atomic Data for Fusion, Vol. 1, Collisions of H, He, and Li Atoms and Ions with Atoms and Molecules, ORNL-6086/V1 (July 1990)
    • R.A. Phaneuf, R.K. Janev, M.S. Pindzola, Atomic Data for Fusion, Vol. 5, Collisions of Carbon and Oxygen Ions with Electrons, H, H2, and He, ORNL-6090/V5 (5th volume of ORNL-6086) (Feb. 1987).
    • R.K. Janev, W.D. Langer, K. Evans Jr., D.E. Post, Jr., Elementary Processes in Hydrogen-Helium Plasmas, Springer-Verlag, 1987
  • (pre-ADAS) excited states correction for energetic beam neutral deposition: R.K. Janev, C.D. Boley, D.E. Post, Nucl. Fusion 29 2125 (1989)
  • Cross-sections for nuclear fusion reactions: H-S. Bosch, Review of Data and Formulas for Fusion Cross-sections, IPP I/252 (Sept 1990).

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