Turbulent edge structure formation in complex configurations
Formation of nonlinear structures in drift-Alfvén turbulence is investigated in the often complex edge geometries of stellarator and tokamak configurations, by analysis of drift waveturbulence simulations using a model in which three-dimensional magnetic geometries are approximated. The structures of parallel mode extension, radially sheared zonal flows and perpendicular mode spectra are highlighted in particular for three-dimensional stellaratormagnetic fields and shaped tokamaks. Specific...[Show more]
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