Analysis of neutral particle recycling and pedestal fueling in a H-mode DIII-D discharge
Friis, Zachary Ward
Stacey, Weston M.
Leonard, Anthony W.
Rensink, M. E.
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A detailed analysis of neutral atom recycling and pedestal fueling in a DIII-D _J. Luxon, Nucl. Fusion 42, 614 _2002__ high-confinement mode discharge is presented. Experimental data and two-dimensional _2D_ edge plasma fluid code calculations are employed to provide ion wall recycling and recombination neutral sources and background edge plasma parameters for a 2D edge neutral code calculation of detailed neutral density, ionization, and charge-exchange distributions throughout the edge pedestal, scrape-off layer and surrounding halo region, divertor, and private flux regions. The effectiveness of the different neutral sources for fueling the confined plasma is evaluated
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