Turbulent transport in fusion plasmas – a brief history
 
DRF/IRFM/SPPF/GTS
Jeudi 16/01/2020, 14h00-15h30
Salle René GRAVIER 506 rdc, CEA Cadarache

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Le Jeudi 16 Janvier 2020 à 14h00, en salle René Gravier bât.506 RdC

On Thursday January 16, 2020, at 02:00 p.m., in René Gravier room, Bldg.506 groundfloor

Aura lieu le Séminaire / The following Seminar will be held:

Turbulent transport in fusion plasmas – a brief history

 

Présenté par / Presented by :

Xavier GARBET

(DRF/IRFM/SPPF/GTS)

 

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Résumé/Abstract  :

Turbulent transport in fusion plasmas is now a “well established” science. However it was an emerging topic in the early 80’s. Telling its story through some milestones seems a good way to make an overview. The talk will start with the decade 1980-90, when turbulent transport became the undisputed explanation for confinement power degradation, leaving however many observations unexplained. The second decade 1990-2000 saw the fast and simultaneous development of heavy numerical simulations and reduced models, with some surprises. The talk will cover briefly the last twenty years 2000-2020, and explains how the subject reached maturity.

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