Heavy-ion Beam Transport in Plasma Channels

Stephan Hans Neff
Concepts for heavy-ion fusion (HIF) reactors require the transport of kiloampere ion beams over distances of several meters inside the reactor chamber. A possible solution for this task is to use assisted pinched transport (APT) for the final transport of the beam. This scheme uses an adiabatic plasma lens to focus the beam outside the chamber and a plasma channel to transport it inside the reactor chamber towards the fusion target at the center. The...
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