Task Title: INTERN-SCOP16-Non-linear Magneto-Hydro-Dynamic simulation of Edge Localized Modes & ELM control
Domain: Science & Operation
Department: Science,Controls & Operation
Section: Plasma Modeling and Analysis
Duration (in months): 6 months
Location: France, 13067 St Paul Lez Durance Cedex
Description of tasks:
Improvement of models in JOREK (Non-linear extended Magneto-Hydro-Dynamic code) for advanced simulations of Edge Localized Mode (ELM) control.
Task 1: Establish suitable ITER scenario(s) from IMAS database in the JOREK code
Task 2: Verify implementation kinetic neutrals in JOREK, comparison SOLPS
Task 3: Simulation of ELMs using kinetic neutrals in ITER scenarios
Task 4: (optional) Predict magnetic field measured by Mirnov coils in ITER during ELMs
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