10 Lies About The Atkins Diet by Tom Venuto

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KGaA, Weinheim. 3 of this chapter are concerned with the topology of the equilibrium magnetic field, which has a dominant influence on the transport of mass and energy towards the tokamak boundary. Charged particles become trapped between regions of increasing field strength called magnetic mirrors and more than half of the electrons and ions oscillate between these mirrors; this is standard tokamak theory. The remaining sections of the chapter describe how, under the combined influence of the radial temperature gradient and electron fluid shear, the trapped particles transport thermal energy out of the tokamak plasma at rates orders of magnitude larger than predicted by either classical or neoclassical transport theory.

Ii) High beta regime ¯e overestimated τE , and a At high densities it was discovered that the empirical law τE ∝ n weaker dependence was required (Gaudreau et al. 1977, Equipe TFR 1980). 5 Electron energy confinement time 21 densities still, τE reaches a flat maximum and then starts to fall as n ¯e is increased (Ejima et al. 1982). 8 shows an example of the ‘saturation’ of τE with increasing values of n ¯e qa in TFTR (Efthimion et al. 1984). Since higher density means an increase in collision frequency, it was presumed (Alladio et al.

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