The ITER Project: The ITER Device; R.R. Parker, et al. The ITER Diagnostic Program; K.M. Young, et al. Requirements for ITER Diagnostics; A.E. Costley, et al. ITER Plasma Diagnostics Generic Access; C.I. Walker, L. de Kock. Radiation Hardening of Diagnostic Components; D.V. Orlinskij. Imitation of Fusion Reactor Environment Effects on the Inner Elements of Spectroscopical, mm and Submm Diagnostics; V.S. Voitsenya, et al. Magnetic Diagnostics: Overview of Magnetic Diagnostics Planned for ITER; L. de Kock, et al. Magnetic Equilibrium Reconstruction Techniques for Tokamak Reactors; E. Lazzaro. Fast and Accurate Methods of Plasma Boundary Determination in ITER from External Magnetic Measurements; Yu.K. Kuznetsov, I.V. Yasin. Reflectometry and ECE: Comparison of Different Reflectometry Techniques; C. Laviron. ReflectometryApplications to ITER; E.J. Doyle, et al. Reflectometry for ITER Density Profiles; M. Manso, et al. Proposal of Reflectometry System for ITER; V.A. Vershkov. ICRF Physics Measurements by Reflectometry; A. Mase, et al. Interferometry, Polarimetry and Thomson Scattering: Advantages and Limitations of Microwave Diagnostics in ITER; A.J.H. Donne, B.C. Schokker. Application of Interferometry and Faraday Rotation Techniques for Density Measurements on ITER; R.T. Snider, et al. Development of Dual CO2 Laser Interferometer for Large Tokamak; A. Nagashima, et al. Infrared Laser Diagnostics for ITER; D.P. Hutchinson, et al. A Thomson Scattering Scheme for Obtaining Te and ne Profiles of the ITER Core Plasma; C. Gowers, et al. Spectroscopy: Active Spectroscopic Diagnostics for ITER Utilizing Neutral Beams; E.S. Marmar. Spectroscopy for Impurity Control in ITER; N.J. Peacock, et al. Development of Luminescent Detectors for Hot Plasmas; B. Zurro, et al. Multilayer Mirror Based Monitors for Impurity Controls in ITER; S.P. Regan, et al. Feasibility of Quantitative Spectroscopy on ITER; M.G. von Hellermann et al. Fusion Products: Fusion Product Measurements in DT Plasmas in TFTR; L.C. Johnson, et al. DT Neutron Measurements and Experience on TFTR; C.W. Barne, et al. A Neutron Camera for ITER: Conceptual Design; F.B. Marcus, et al. Neutron Spectrometry for ITER; J. Källne, et al. Advanced Neutron Camera with Spectrometer Functions; E. Traneus, et al. Divertor Diagnostics: Divertor Diagnosticsfor JET; P.R. Thomas, et al. Spectroscopy of Divertor Plasmas; R.C. Isler. Bolometry for Divertor Characterization and Control; A.W. Leonard, et al. Bolometer for ITER; R. Reichle, et al. Neutral Gas Diagnostic for ITER; G. Haas, et al. Diagnostics of Other Fusion Experiments: Overview of W7X Diagnostics; J.V. Hofmann, et al. Diagnostics for LHD; J. Fujita, et al. The T15 Fusion Products Study: Plans and Diagnostics; V.S. Zaveriaev, et al. 41 additional articles. Index.
This book of proceedings collects the papers presented at the Workshop on Diagnostics for ITER, held at Villa Monastero, Varenna (Italy), from August 28 to September 1, 1995. The Workshop was organised by the International School of Plasma Physics "Piero Caldirola. " Established in 1971, the ISPP has organised over fifty advanced courses and workshops on topics mainly related to plasma physics. In particular, courses and workshops on plasma diagnostics (previously held in 1975, 1978, 1982, 1986, and 1991) can be considered milestones in the history of this institution. Looking back at the proceedings of the previous meetings in Varenna, one can appreciate the rapid progress in the field of plasma diagnostics over the past 20 years. The 1995 workshop was co-organised by the Istituto di Fisica del Plasma of the National Research Council (CNR). In contrast to previous Varenna meetings on diagnostics, which have covered diagnostics in present-day tokamaks and which have had a substantial tutorial component, the 1995 workshop concentrated specifically on the problems and challenges of ITER diagnostics. ITER (the International Thennonuclear Experimental Reactor, a joint venture of Europe, Japan, Russia, and the United States, presently under design) will need to measure a wide range of plasma parameters in order to reach and sustain high levels of fusion power. A list of the measurement requirements together with the parameter ranges, target measurement resolutions, and accuracies provides the starting point for selecting a list of candidate diagnostic systems.
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