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The Thomson Scattering System at Dante

M. Gadeberg

The Thomson Scattering System at Dante

by M. Gadeberg

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Published by Riso National Laboratory in Roskilde, Denmark .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination71 p.
Number of Pages71
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Open LibraryOL24702214M

X-ray scattering is generally treated solely with the electronic charge and spin. A justification is provided by classical electrodynamics in terms of the Thomson-scattering cross section, which is a factor of (Zm/M) 2 ≈10 −7 smaller for the nucleus than for the electron :// We shall study both elastic scattering processes and inelastic scattering processes. In the low frequency limit, the elastic scattering is known as Rayleigh scattering; at high frequency, it is known as Thomson scattering. The inelasic scattering process goes by the name of Raman ://

For the last decade numerous researchers have been trying to develop experimental techniques to use X-ray Thomson scattering as a method to measure the temperature, electron density, and ionization state of high energy density plasmas such as those used in inertial confinement fusion. X-ray laser sources have always been of interest because of the need to have a bright monochromatic X-ray   Scattering Process for X-rays: A general scattering process can be shown as in the following figure and valid for probes like neutrons, photons and electrons. Incident photon of initial energy of well-defined E i, momentum k i, and polarization e i

A novel Thomson scattering system has been implemented on the Pegasus Toroidal Experiment where typical densities of m-3 and electron temperatures of 10 to eV are :// point at a time in the plasma. The television Thomson scattering system (TVTS), developed at PPPL, and applied on PLT and TFTR Johnson et al. [9], allowed the collection of scattered signals from many points along the input beam, for example,74 points with 1 cm resolution. This approach made it easier to obtain 2-dimensional plots of ne and Te


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The Thomson Scattering System at Dante by M. Gadeberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE THOMSON SCATTERING SYSTEM AT DANTE M. Gadeberg Abstract. This report describes the construction and operation of the 90 deg Thomson Scattering diagnostic at DANTE.

The system is based on a double-pulse ruby laser and a three channel spec­ trometer. Two single point measurements can be made during each plasma discharge. August Figure shows a typical Thomson scattering system; a lens collects and collimates the light scattered by the plasma.

The collimated light is transported to a lens that focuses the light into a spectrometer. In general, a high-resolution spectrometer is required to resolve the ion-acoustic features; for a typical fully ionized nitrogen plasma (T e = 1 keV, T e /T i = 3, n e = 10 20 cm −3 To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal ://   the thomson scattering system design The system uses two inner vertical ports in the C-Sector of Octant 2 as per Figure 1.

The laser passes into the plasma vertically from the outer port, with the collection optics located in the innermost :// Since the LHD Thomson scattering system has been optimized for the temperature region, 50 eV{ The Thomson scattering diagnostic system is successfully installed in the Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) facility.

We got the electron temperature and electron density data for the first time in4th campaign using a field   The Thomson scattering system of the ASDEX upgrade (AUG) tokamak is described.

One of the main objectives of AUG is to investigate plasma wall interaction in reactor relevant discharges with a magnetic divertor.

The very successful Nd:YAG scattering system developed for its predecessor ASDEX, has been upgraded to give higher spatial and temporal resolution, reliability, and flexibility to   Thomson Scattering When an electromagnetic wave is incident on a charged particle, the electric and magnetic components of the wave exert a Lorentz force on the particle, setting it into motion.

Because the wave is periodic in time, so is the motion of the particle. It is helpful to set up a right-handed coordinate system based on the three   Thomson scattering e i + i!e f + f where the frequencies. i =. f (elastic scattering) cannot strictly be true Photons carry off E=c momentum and so to conserve momentum the electron must recoil.

The electron then carries away some of the available energy and so the Thomson limit requires h. i=mc2 ˝1 in the electron rest ~whu/Courses/Ast_10/ast_pdf. The wavelength λof x-rays is conserved for Thomson scattering in contrast to the two inelastic scattering processes mentioned above.

It is the Thomson component in the scattering of x-rays that is made use of in structural in-vestigations by x-ray diffraction. Figure illustrates the process of elastic scattering for a single free electron   Rayleigh scattering refers primarily to the elastic scattering of light from atomic and molecular particles whose diameter is less than about one-tenth the wavelength of the incident light.

Rayleigh line refers to the unshifted central peak observed in the spectroscopic analysis of scattered light. Mie scattering refers primarily to the elastic scattering of light from atomic and molecular   The PBX‐M Thomson scattering system is reviewed after its first 9 months of operation.

The system measures T e (R) and n e (R) at 55 radial points on the horizontal midplane with a spatial resolution of ≤ cm. The scattered light is collected by a Bouwers concentric mirror system and imaged onto 12‐m‐long fiber bundles. A composite entrance slit is used to optimize the system   A 10 J ruby laser Thomson scattering system was implemented on the ETE spherical tokamak to measure the density n e and temperature T e profiles.

The laser probes the plasma at the horizontal midplane of the torus and the collection optics allows the observation of up to 22 points inside the plasma in the same ://   The present Thomson scattering system at the reversed field experiment routinely determines electron temperature and density profiles in various modes of operation but only provides a single profile of each discharge.

The new system will use a Nd:YLF laser providing measurements every 20 ms. At the same time we wish to improve the accuracy of the measurement: to this end a new detection system   @article{osti_, title = {Identification and mitigation of stray laser light in the Thomson scattering system on the Madison Symmetric Torus (MST)}, author = {Jacobson, C.

M., E-mail: [email protected] and Borchardt, M. and Den Hartog, D. and Falkowski, A. and Morton, L. and Thomas, M. A.}, abstractNote = {The Thomson scattering diagnostic on the Madison Symmetric An infrared multi-channel Thomson scattering diagnostic system is designed from the viewpoint of development of the proposed system on the Joint Texas Experimental Tokamak (J-TEXT).

A 3 J/50 Hz Nd:YAG laser, which is injected vertically into plasma in the direction from top to bottom, serves as the power source of the :// A high performance phase conjugate mirror based on stimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS-PCM) has been applied to the Thomson scattering system in the JTU tokamak for the first time in order to improve the measurement performance.

A SBS-PCM realized a high reflectivity of 95% at a high input power of W ( J, 50 Hz). Ernest Rutherford was the first to apply the 'soft' method of elastic scattering to probe the structure of an unknown object and he found the atom to consist of a compact, heavy, positively charged nucleus and a surrounding cloud of electrons.

system). • The interaction is the purely electrostatic point-Coulomb force. (and Thomson's   In physics, Compton scattering or the Compton effect is the decrease in energy (increase in wavelength) of an X-ray or gamma ray photon, when it interacts with matter. Inverse Compton scattering also exists, where the photon gains energy (decreasing in wavelength) upon interaction with matter.

The amount the wavelength changes by is called the Compton shift. Although nuclear compton scattering A point Thomson scattering system mounted on the JFT-2M tokamak routinely provides reproducible electron temperature and density data.

Good performance was achieved with the help of a large collecting lens (capable of gathering data over a vertical cm long plasma volume), the automatic transfer of data from a channel attenuator into the CPU, the use of high-pass optical filters and a.

The ITER plasma parameters taken for reference 1 in the calculations are: n e = 10 20 m-3, T e = 22keV, Ti = 20KeV, n ∝ /n e =B T =T, R =m,a=m,k=The plasma, machine and alpha parameters are quite different from those included in the first proposal 2 for a Collective Scattering System, where a FEL(Free Electron Abstract.

The requirements for the plasma facing mirror for the ITER LIDAR THOMSON SCATTERING (ILTS) SYSTEM 1 are: high and as uniform as possible reflectivity in the spectral range – nm, low sputtering yield, and high laser damage threshold.

Thermal deformation due to nuclear heating is also one of the effects to be taken into account and it must be compatible with acceptable optical   P23 D.

J. Schlossberg Progress on Thomson Scattering in the Pegasus Toroidal Experiment P24 I. Yamada Optimization of polychromators of the LHD Thomson scattering system for backward and forward scattering measurements P25 B. P. LeBlanc Alignment of the Thomson scattering