Final Report for "Stabilization of resistive wall modes using moving metal walls"
The UW experiment used a linear pinch experiment to study the stabilization of MHD by moving metal walls. The methodology of the experiment had three steps. (1) Identify and understand the no-wall MHD instability limits and character, (2) identify and understand the thin-wall MHD instabilities (re- sistive wall mode), and then (3) add the spinning wall and understand its impact on stability properties. During the duration of the grant we accomplished all 3 of these goals, discovered new physics, and completed the experiment as proposed.
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- Technical Report
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- University of Wisconsin System, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison WI
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- United States
- 70 PLASMA PHYSICS AND FUSION TECHNOLOGY
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