Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Adam Mclean

Executive Summary

We are using key spectroscopic and modeling capabilities to understand the physical processes of an operating regime relevant to the removal of waste material from a plasma for future magnetic fusion power reactors. This regime, which is characterized by reduced power and plasma flux, is regarded as a promising solution for heat exhaust in the context of nuclear fusion.

Publications and Presentations

McLean, A. G., et al. 2018. "Divertor Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) Survey Spectroscopy on DIII-D." LLNL-POST-741510.

——— . 2018. "Understanding Plasma Divertor Detachment in Magnetic Fusion Energy Tokamaks." LLNL-PRES-751340.

——— . 2018. "Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) Spectroscopy in the Divertor of DIII-D." HTPD, San Diego, CA, April 2018. LLNL-ABS-744447 and LLNL-POST-749800.

——— . 2018. "Power Accounting Using Divertor Extreme Ultraviolet Emission in the Transition to Detachment in DIII-D." Plasma Surface Interactions, Princeton, NJ, June 2018. LLNL-ABS-744450.