Physics design for a lithium vapor box divertor experiment on Magnum-PSI

Jacob Schwartz, Eric Emdee, Robert Goldston & Michael Jaworski
The lithium vapor box divertor is a potential solution for power exhaust in toroidal confinement devices. The divertor plasma interacts with a localized, dense cloud of lithium vapor, leading to volumetric radiation, cooling, recombination, and detachment. To minimize contamination of the core plasma, lithium vapor is condensed on cool (300°C to 400°C) baffles upstream of the detachment point. Before implementing this in a toroidal plasma device with a slot divertor geometry, we consider an experiment...
1 citation reported since publication in 2019.
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