This task primarily involves the maintenance and development of existing transport codes used in the analysis and predictive modelling of experimental data from JET for the Integrated Modelling Group of the JET Theory & Modelling Department.

01.08.2014 - 30.11.2015
Forschungsförderungsprojekt

This task primarily involves the maintenance and development of existing transport codes used in the analysis and predictive modelling of experimental data from JET for the Integrated Modelling Group of the JET Theory & Modelling Department. Additional responsibilities involve contributing to systems which ensure the consistency of JET data. The main responsibilities of this task can be summarised as follows:

Maintenance and upgrade of the 1.5D transport code JETTO. This code deals with heat and hydrogenic particle transport inside the separatrix and is an essential part of JET data validation and analysis cluster both as a stand alone code and in combination with the edge transport code EDGE2D that simulates the plasma in the scrape of layer (SOL) and recently released coupling of core and SOL transport codes with the Monte Carlo orbit following code ASCOT; broad participation in the integration of transport and MHD codes into the JET Application Management System (JAMS); assisting the JET Task Forces in transport simulations using the cluster of JET core transport codes.

 

Personen

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Projektmitarbeiter_innen

Institut

Förderungsmittel

  • Europäische Kommission - Rahmenprogamme (Internationale Förderung und Mischformen) Förderform Koordinierungs- und Unterstützungsmaßnahmen Förderinitiative RP7 EURATOM Förderschiene 7.Rahmenprogramm für Forschung Förderprogramm Europäische Kommission - Rahmenprogamme Fördergeber Europäische Kommission Reichweite Internationale Förderung und Mischformen Projekttyp Forschungsförderungsprojekt Ausschreibungskennung Eurofusion Antragsnummer NJOC/21

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Computational Science and Engineering
  • Energy and Environment

Externe Partner_innen

  • United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, Culham Center for Fusion Energy (CCFE)