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Physics of Plasmas
A mechanism is proposed and evaluated for driving rotation in tokamak plasmas by minority ion-cyclotron heating, even though this process introduces negligible angular momentum. The mechanism has two elements: First, angular momentum transport is governed by a diffusion equation with a no-slip boundary condition at the separatrix. Second, Monte-Carlo calculations show that ion-cyclotron energized particles will provide a torque density source which has a zero volume integral but separateddoi:10.1063/1.1362535 fatcat:i3cmz24f2zh3vcjp2uglilw4ry