A Cyclotron Auto-Resonance Maser (CARM) is under study at the ENEA Research Laboratories in Frascati as a electron cyclotron heating (ECH) source in plasma magnetic confinement devices like Tokamaks. The aim of the project is the realization of a test source at 250 GHz to verify heating mechanisms in high magnetic field Tokamaks and at the second harmonics ECH frequencies for which a higher energy exchange efficiency has been predicted.

The ENEA CARM source for nuclear fusion: Project status and perspectives

Tuccillo, A.;Spassovsky, I.;Sabia, E.;Ravera, G.;Petralia, A.;Mezi, L.;Maffia, G.;Lampasi, A.;Giovenale, E.;Gallerano, G.P.;Doria, A.;Di Palma, E.;Dattoli, G.;Ciocci, F.;Ceccuzzi, S.;Causa, F.;Carpanese, M.;Buratti, P.;Amicucci, L.
2014

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A Cyclotron Auto-Resonance Maser (CARM) is under study at the ENEA Research Laboratories in Frascati as a electron cyclotron heating (ECH) source in plasma magnetic confinement devices like Tokamaks. The aim of the project is the realization of a test source at 250 GHz to verify heating mechanisms in high magnetic field Tokamaks and at the second harmonics ECH frequencies for which a higher energy exchange efficiency has been predicted.
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