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This was a hundred times the expected ohmic resistance. Of the energy stored in the heating circuit capacitor (80 J), 22 J were absorbed by the plasma, and 4 J appeared as thermal plasma energy. The ratio of the last two numbers was quoted as an 18% turbulent heating efficiency. A “bumpy” toroidal confining field was used by Fanchenko et al. (86) for a turbulent heating experiment in which enhancement of resistivity predominated over enhancement of diffusive loss. The field was produced by ten strong field coils wound in one sense alternating with ten weaker coils wound in the opposite sense.
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30 C. K. 17. Schematic cross section of Tokamak toroidal plasma device. W, windings to produce poloidal magnetic field and induce toroidal plasma current; T, windings to produce toroidal magnetic field ;C, heavy copper liner to suppress magnetohydrodynamicinstabilities (having a cut in a major radial plane so that it does not short out the toroidal electric field induced in the plasma by the changing poloidal magnetic flux); S, stainless steel vacuum wall; P, plasma. Bobrovskii et al. (77) attempted to resolve energy loss from TM-3 into three categories: (1) loss of charged particles by diffusion; (2) loss of energy through heat conduction by electrons and ions; and (3) loss by radiation in both discrete and continuous spectra, and by charge exchange.