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Mitigation of plasma-material interactions via passive Li efflux from the surface of a flowing liquid lithium limiter in EAST
Zuo, G. Z.1; Hu, J. S.1; Maingi, R.2; Ren, J.1; Sun, Z.1; Yang, Q. X.1; Chen, Z. X.1; Xu, H.1; Tritz, K.4; Zakharov, L. E.5; Gentile, C.2; Meng, X. C.1,3; Huang, M.1; Xu, W.1; Chen, Y.1; Wang, L.1; Yan, N.1; Mao, S. T.1; Yang, Z. D.1; Li, J. G.1; EAST Team
2017-04-01
Source PublicationNUCLEAR FUSION
Volume57Issue:4
AbstractA new flowing liquid Li limiter (FLiLi) based on the concept of a thin flowing film has been successfully designed and tested in the EAST device in 2014. A bright Li radiative mantle at the plasma edge was observed during discharges using FLiLi, resulting from passive Li injection and transport in the scrape-off layer (SOL) plasma. Li particle efflux from the FLiLi surface into the plasma was estimated at >5 x 10(20) atom s(-1), due to surface evaporation and sputtering, and accompanied with a few small Li droplets similar to 1 mm diameter that were ejected from FLiLi. The Li efflux from FLiLi was ionized by the SOL plasma and formed a Li radiation band that originated from the FLiLi surface, and then spread toroidally by SOL plasma flow. The Li radiative mantle appeared to partly isolate the plasma from the wall, reducing impurity release from the wall materials, and possibly leading to a modest improvement in confinement. In addition, strong Li radiation reduced the particle and heat fluxes impacting onto the divertor plate, with certain similarities to heat flux reduction and detachment onset via low-Z impurity injection.
SubtypeArticle
KeywordFlowing Liquid Li Li Radiative Mantle Plasma-material Interactions East
WOS HeadingsScience & Technology ; Physical Sciences
Funding OrganizationNational Magnetic confinement Fusion Science Program(2013GB114004) ; National Magnetic confinement Fusion Science Program(2013GB114004) ; National Nature Science Foundation of China(11405210 ; National Nature Science Foundation of China(11405210 ; Japan Society for the Promotion of Science-National Research Foundation of Korea-National Science Foundation of China (JSPS-NRF-NSFC) (NSFC)(11261140328) ; Japan Society for the Promotion of Science-National Research Foundation of Korea-National Science Foundation of China (JSPS-NRF-NSFC) (NSFC)(11261140328) ; US Department of Energy(DE-AC02-09CH11466) ; US Department of Energy(DE-AC02-09CH11466) ; 11625524 ; 11625524 ; 11321092 ; 11321092 ; 11605246) ; 11605246) ; National Magnetic confinement Fusion Science Program(2013GB114004) ; National Magnetic confinement Fusion Science Program(2013GB114004) ; National Nature Science Foundation of China(11405210 ; National Nature Science Foundation of China(11405210 ; Japan Society for the Promotion of Science-National Research Foundation of Korea-National Science Foundation of China (JSPS-NRF-NSFC) (NSFC)(11261140328) ; Japan Society for the Promotion of Science-National Research Foundation of Korea-National Science Foundation of China (JSPS-NRF-NSFC) (NSFC)(11261140328) ; US Department of Energy(DE-AC02-09CH11466) ; US Department of Energy(DE-AC02-09CH11466) ; 11625524 ; 11625524 ; 11321092 ; 11321092 ; 11605246) ; 11605246)
DOI10.1088/1741-4326/aa5ea0
WOS KeywordTOKAMAK ; PERFORMANCE ; EROSION ; T-11M ; HT-7
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
Funding OrganizationNational Magnetic confinement Fusion Science Program(2013GB114004) ; National Magnetic confinement Fusion Science Program(2013GB114004) ; National Nature Science Foundation of China(11405210 ; National Nature Science Foundation of China(11405210 ; Japan Society for the Promotion of Science-National Research Foundation of Korea-National Science Foundation of China (JSPS-NRF-NSFC) (NSFC)(11261140328) ; Japan Society for the Promotion of Science-National Research Foundation of Korea-National Science Foundation of China (JSPS-NRF-NSFC) (NSFC)(11261140328) ; US Department of Energy(DE-AC02-09CH11466) ; US Department of Energy(DE-AC02-09CH11466) ; 11625524 ; 11625524 ; 11321092 ; 11321092 ; 11605246) ; 11605246) ; National Magnetic confinement Fusion Science Program(2013GB114004) ; National Magnetic confinement Fusion Science Program(2013GB114004) ; National Nature Science Foundation of China(11405210 ; National Nature Science Foundation of China(11405210 ; Japan Society for the Promotion of Science-National Research Foundation of Korea-National Science Foundation of China (JSPS-NRF-NSFC) (NSFC)(11261140328) ; Japan Society for the Promotion of Science-National Research Foundation of Korea-National Science Foundation of China (JSPS-NRF-NSFC) (NSFC)(11261140328) ; US Department of Energy(DE-AC02-09CH11466) ; US Department of Energy(DE-AC02-09CH11466) ; 11625524 ; 11625524 ; 11321092 ; 11321092 ; 11605246) ; 11605246)
WOS Research AreaPhysics
WOS SubjectPhysics, Fluids & Plasmas
WOS IDWOS:000405944300004
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.hfcas.ac.cn:8080/handle/334002/33520
Collection中科院等离子体物理研究所
Affiliation1.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Plasma Phys, Hefei 230031, Anhui, Peoples R China
2.Princeton Univ, Plasma Phys Lab, Princeton, NJ 08543 USA
3.Hunan Univ, Dept Appl Phys, Changsha 410082, Hunan, Peoples R China
4.Johns Hopkins Univ, Baltimore, MD 21211 USA
5.LiWallFusion, PO 2391, Princeton, NJ 08543 USA
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Zuo, G. Z.,Hu, J. S.,Maingi, R.,et al. Mitigation of plasma-material interactions via passive Li efflux from the surface of a flowing liquid lithium limiter in EAST[J]. NUCLEAR FUSION,2017,57(4).
APA Zuo, G. Z..,Hu, J. S..,Maingi, R..,Ren, J..,Sun, Z..,...&EAST Team.(2017).Mitigation of plasma-material interactions via passive Li efflux from the surface of a flowing liquid lithium limiter in EAST.NUCLEAR FUSION,57(4).
MLA Zuo, G. Z.,et al."Mitigation of plasma-material interactions via passive Li efflux from the surface of a flowing liquid lithium limiter in EAST".NUCLEAR FUSION 57.4(2017).
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