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Physics of Plasmas
Turbulence in the vicinity of the last closed surface transports plasma momentum away from the core region towards the wall, and hence provides a momentum "source" that can induce net core plasma rotation as well as sheared flows in the edge. Here, numerical simulations of this process for the binormal (approximately poloidal) component of momentum are described which use a minimal two-dimensional model, in the plane perpendicular to the magnetic field, incorporating directionalitydoi:10.1063/1.2889419 fatcat:ks7jxnsgvzf67eohhcvwhxtzgq