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             Southwestern Institute of Physics            

Annual Report 2014

2014
 

Preface   
Liu Yong 
PDF(2.39MB)

 

Selected Papers

1 Nuclear Fusion

1.1 Low-intermediate-high confinement transition in HL-2A tokamak plasmas

Page4-5
CHENG Jun
et al. PDF(2.70MB)

1.2 2D simulations of transport dynamics during tokamak fueling by supersonic molecular beam injection
Page8-9

WANG Zhanhui et al. PDF(1.81MB)

1.3 Investigation of the long-lived saturated internal mode and its control on the HL-2A tokamak

Page11-12

DENG Wei et al. PDF(4.30MB)

1.4 Analysis of fishbone instability excited by trapped energetic electrons in HL-2A

Page14

HE Hongda et al. PDF(2.34MB)

1.5 Destabilization of Reversed Shear Alfvn Eigenmodes Driven by Energetic Ions during NBI in HL-2A plasmas with qmin~1

Page16-17

CHEN Wei et al. PDF(2.36MB)

 

2 Europhysics Letters

2.1 Observation and theory of nonlinear mode couplings between shear Alfven wave and magnetic island in tokamak plasmas

Page19

CHEN Wei et al. PDF(2.21MB)

 
3 Physics of Plasma

3.1 Finite toroidal flow generated by unstable tearing mode in a toroidal plasma

Page21-22

HAO Guangzhou et al. PDF(4.05MB)

3.2 Spatial localization of resistive drift wave structure in tokamak edge plasmas with an embedded magnetic island

Page24-25

HU Shilin et al. PDF(1.90MB)

3.3 Energetic-particle-induced  electromagnetic geodesic acoustic mode in tokamak plasmas

Page27-28

WANG Lingfeng et al. PDF(3.94MB)

3.4 Trapped energetic electron driven modes with second stable regime in tokamak plasmas

Page30-32

HE Hongda et al. PDF(4.35MB)

3.5 Resistive wall tearing mode generated finite net electromagnetic torque in a static plasma
Page 33
HAO Guangzhou et al.     PDF(1.99MB)
3.6 Kink Modes in Pedestal
Page 35
WANG Zhongtian et al.     PDF(1.75MMB)
 
4 Review of Scientific Instruments

4.1 Diagnostics for energetic particle studies on the HL-2A tokamak

Page38-39

YANG Qingwei et al. PDF(2.26MB)

4.2 Progress of neutral-beam-aided diagnostics on the HL-2A tokamak
Page 41-42
YU Deliang et al.     PDF(4.11MB)
4.3 Development of microwave imaging reflectometry on the HL-2A tokamak
Page 44-45
SHI Zhongbing et al.     PDF(2.40MB)

4.4 Development of the scintillator-based probe for fast-ion losses in the HL-2A tokamak

Page 47
ZHANG Yipo et al.     PDF(2.31MB)

4.5 The motional Stark effect polarimeter in the HL-2A tokamak

Page49-50

YU Deliang et al.     PDF(4.01MB)

4.6 Development of frequency modulated continuous wave reflectometer for electron density profile measurement on the HL-2A tokamak

Page52-53

ZHONG Wulu et al.  PDF(2.02MB)

4.7 Calibration of a 32 channel electron cyclotron emission radiometer on the HL-2A tokamak

Page55-56

SHI Zhongbing et al.     PDF(4.23MB)

4.8 Inversion of infrared imaging bolometer based on one-dimensional and three-dimensional modeling in HL-2A

Page57-58

GAO Jinming et al. PDF(4.03MB)

4.9 First measurements of highly ionized impurity emission distribution by grazing-incidence flat-field EUV spectrometer in HL-2A

Page60-61

CUI Zhengying et al. PDF(2.09MB)

4.10 High spatial and temporal resolution charge exchange recombination spectroscopy on the HL-2A tokamak

Page63-64

WEI Yanling et al. PDF(3.84MB)

 
Research Highlights
1 Plasma Theory and Simulation
1.1 Mechanism of low-intermediate-high confinement transitions in tokamaks
Page 68-69
DONG Jiaqi et al.     PDF(2.24MB)
 
2 Tokamak Experiment and Diagnostics

2.1 Neoclassical tearing modes triggered by intrinsic error field in the HL-2A tokamak

Page71

XU Yuan et al. PDF(2.09MB)

2.2 Synchronous Oscillation prior to Disruption caused by kink modes in HL-2A Tokamak Plasmas

Page74-75

JIANG Min et al. PDF(2.30MB)

2.3 Characterization of multi-transitions between intermediate and high confinement in the HL-2A tokamak

Page77

ZHONG Wulu et al. PDF(2.27MB)

2.4 Comparison of ELM-Filament Mitigation between Supersonic Molecular Beam Injection and Pellet Injection on HL-2A

Page80-81

NIE Lin et al. PDF(2.20MB)

 
Progress Reports

   1 Tokamak Device and Vacuum Technology

1.1 Assembly study for HL-2M Tokamak

Page86-87

LIU Dequan et al. PDF(2.07MB)

1.2 HL-2M RMP coil design problem should be resolved

Page90-91

JIANG Jiaming et al. PDF(2.20MB)

 
2 Auxiliary Heating and Fueling

2.1 Progress of technical studies on ion source of NBI heating and development of NBI heating system in 2014

Page94-95

WEI Huiling, NBI Team PDF(2.10MB)

2.2 Progress of the lower hybrid current drive system on HL-2A

Page97

RF Heating Team PDF(1.84MB)

2.3 Electron Cyclotron Resonance Heating and Current Drive System

Page100-101

RF Heating Team PDF(2.20MB)

 
3 Tokamak Power Supply Technology

3.1 Application of The all solid-state Mmodulators for auxiliary heating on HL-2A

Page103

LI Qing et al. PDF(2.09MB)

3.2 Application of digital control system of magnetic power supply on HL-2A

Page106

LI Weibin et al. PDF(2.40MB)

3.3 Installation progress of 300 MVA motor generator

Page108-110

PENG Jianfei et al.  PDF(4.05MB)

3.4 Magnetizing Test for Stator Core of 300MVA Pulse Generator

Page112-113

WANG Haibing et al. PDF(1.92MB)

3.5 Development of HL-2M Magnetic field power supply

Page115-116

WANG Yingqiao et al. PDF(3.62MB)

3.6 Arc Power Supply for 5MW NBI Based on Super Capacitor Energy Storage

Page118

YANG Puqiong et al.  PDF(2.07MB)

 
4 Fusion Reactor and Materials

4.1 Overview of fusion reactor materials study at SWIP

Page121-122

LIU Xiang et al. PDF(4.03MB)

4.2 Overview of Chinese Solid Tritium Breeder TBM

Page123-124

FENG Kaiming et al. PDF(3.67MB)

4.3 Behaviors of ITER EHF FW under High Heat Flux for Mock-ups Manufactured by HIP Joining Technology

Page127

CHEN Jiming et al. PDF(1.74MB)

 
Technological Development and Application

Progress on the development of plasma surface modification technology

Page131

JIN Fanya PDF(2.40MB)

 
Education

Innovation Leading the New Development Normality of the College

Page134-135 PDF(2.40MB)

 
 

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