Short-Wavelength Parametric Absorption at Electron-Cyclotron Harmonics in ELMO Bumpy Torus

V. Stefan and N. A. Krall
Phys. Rev. Lett. 52, 41 – Published 2 January 1984
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A weak-turbulence theory of parametric instabilities in the electron-cyclotron frequency range in ELMO-bumpy-torus plasmas is developed. Parametric turbulence levels of excited modes are evaluated for principal- and second-electron-cyclotron-harmonic-resonance layers. It is shown that short-wavelength parametric turbulence may play a significant role in contemporary experiments of ELMO-bumpy-torus plasmas.

  • Received 13 July 1983

DOI:https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.52.41

©1984 American Physical Society

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V. Stefan and N. A. Krall

  • JAYCOR, San Diego, California 92138

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Vol. 52, Iss. 1 — 2 January 1984

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