Heliotron J

Summary

Heliotron J
Device typeStellarator
LocationJapan
AffiliationKyoto University
Technical specifications
Major radius1.2 m (3 ft 11 in)
Minor radius0.1–0.2 m (3.9 in–7.9 in)
Magnetic field1.5 T (15,000 G)
History
Year(s) of operation2000–present
Links
WebsiteHeliotron J at the Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University

Heliotron J is a fusion research device in Japan, specifically a helical-axis heliotron designed to study plasma confinement in this type of device.[1][2][3] It is located at the Institute of Advanced Energy of Kyoto University.[4]

References

  1. ^ "The Laboratory for Complex Energy Processes". Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University. Archived from the original on 2016-04-17.
  2. ^ Okada, H.; Kobayashi, S.; Nagasaki, K.; Mizuuchi, T.; Yamamoto, S.; Motojima, G.; Watanabe, S.; Mukai, K.; Mihara, S.; Kowada, Y.; Hosaka, K.; Matsuyama, A.; Nakamura, Y.; Hanatani, K.; Nishino, N.; Nakashima, Y.; Nagaoka, K.; Mutoh, T.; Suzuki, Y.; Yokoyama, M.; Konoshima, S.; Kondo, K.; Sano, F. "Configuration Control Experiment in Heliotron J" (PDF). Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  3. ^ Obiki, T.; Mizuuchi, T.; Nagasaki, K.; Okada, H.; Besshou, S.; Sano, F.; Kondo, K.; Liu, Y.; Nakamura, Y.; Hanatani, K.; Nakasuga, M.; Wakatani, M.; Hamada, T.; Manabe, Y.; Shidara, H.; Yamagishi, O.; Aizawa, K.; Ang, W. L.; Ikeda, Y. I.; Kawazome, Y.; Kobayashi, T.; Maeno, S.; Takamiya, T.; Takeda, M.; Tomiyama, K.; Ijiri, Y.; Senju, T.; Yaguchi, K.; Sakamoto, K.; Toshi, K.; Shibano, M. (2000), First Plasmas in Heliotron J, Sorrento, Italy: IAEA, retrieved 2018-09-25
  4. ^ Obiki, T; Sano, F; Wakatani, M; Kondo, K; Mizuuchi, T; Hanatani, K; Nakamura, Y; Nagasaki, K; Okada, H; Nakasuga, M; Besshou, S (2000). "Goals and status of Heliotron J". Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion. 42 (11): 1151–1164. doi:10.1088/0741-3335/42/11/302. ISSN 0741-3335.