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Nonlinear MHD simulations of QH-mode DIII-D plasmas and implications for ITER high Q scenarios
Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion
Liu, Feng; Huijsmans, G.T.A.; Loarte, A.; Garofalo, A.M.; Solomon, W.M.; Hoelzl, M.; Nkonga, B.; Pamela, S.; Becoulet, M.; Orain, F.; van Vugt, D.C. Abstract In nonlinear MHD simulations of DIII-D QH-mode plasmas it has been found that low n kink/ peeling modes (KPMs) are unstable and grow to a saturated kink-peeling mode. The features of the dominant saturated KPMs, which are localised toroidally by nonlinear coupling of harmonics, such as mode frequencies, density fluctuations and theirdoi:10.1088/1361-6587/aa934f fatcat:kzymmelxufajjeyrj4k57lwxiq