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First principle-based multi-channel integrated modelling in support to the design of the Divertor Tokamak Test facility

Casiraghi I.; Mantica P.; Koechl F.; Ambrosino R.; Baiocchi B.; Castaldo A.; Citrin J.; Dicorato M. ; Frassinetti L.; Mariani A.; Vincenzi P.; Agostinetti P.; Aucone L.; Balbinot L.; Ceccuzzi S.; Figini L.; Granucci G.; Innocente P.; Johnson T.; Nyström H.; Valisa M.

An intensive integrated modelling work of the main scenarios of the new Divertor Tokamak Test (DTT) facility with a single null divertor configuration has been performed using first principle quasi-linear transport models, in support of the design of the device and of the definition of its scientific work programme. First results of this integrated modelling work on DTT (R0 = 2.14 m, a = 0.65 m) are presented here along with outcome of the gyrokinetic simulations used to validate the reduced models in the DTT range of parameters. As a result of this work, the heating mix has been defined, the size of device has been increased to R0 = 2.19 m and a = 0.70 m, the use of pellets for fuelling has been recommended and reference profiles for diagnostic design, estimates of neutron yields and fast particle losses have been made available.

ID 458242
DOI 10.1088/1741-4326/ac21b9
PRODUCT TYPE Journal Article
LAST UPDATE 2022-03-30