Multiscale turbulence, electron transport, and Zonal Flows in DIIID


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1 Multiscale turbulence, electron transport, and Zonal Flows in DIIID L. Schmitz1 with C. Holland2, T.L. Rhodes1, G. Wang1, J.C. Hillesheim1, A.E. White3, W. A. Peebles1, J. DeBoo4, G.R. McKee5, J. DeGrassie4, L. Zeng1, E. J. Doyle1, C.C. Petty4, J. Kinsey4, G. Staebler4, K. H. Burrell4, M.E. Austin6, and the DIIID Team4 1 University of California, Los Angeles of California, San Diego 3 Massachussets Institute of Technology 4 General Atomics, San Diego 5 University of Wisconsin, Madison 6 University of Texas at Austin 2 University Kinetic Scale Turbulence in Laboratory and Space Plasmas Workshop Cambridge, July 1923, 2010
2 Why is intermediate/smallscale turbulence important? Understanding electron thermal transport in Hmode plasmas is critical for nextstep burning plasma experiments such as ITER (αparticle heating). Electron transport is driven by multiscale phenomena. Local measurements of intermediate/smallerscale density fluctuations (kρ e 0.2) have become available (Doppler Backscattering, DBS). Gyrokinetic code results (GENE, GYRO) predict that intermediate/smallscale turbulence may be important (or possibly dominant) in HMode. Local multiscale turbulence measurements provide critical tests and validation of Gyrokinetic predictive codes.
3 Outline Introduction Core turbulence behavior across the LH transition Multiscale turbulence in high temperature, low collisionality Hmode plasmas:  radial profiles  wavenumber spectra, linear stability  GYRO simulations ECHHeated QHmodes: T e /T i ~1 Zonal Flows and intermediatescale turbulence
4 Intermediate/highk turbulence may drive 50% or more of the electron heat flux once ITG modes are subdominant Cyclone ITG/TEM/ETG simulation: 50% of electron heat flux driven for k θ r s 0.5. R/L T e = 6.9 R/L Ti = 5.5 R/L n = 0 Coupled TEM/ETG simulation (ITG linearly stable): 70% of electron heat flux driven for k θ r s 0.5. R/L T e = 6.9 R/L Ti = R/L n = 0 Accessible By BES and CECE Accessible by Doppler Backscattering (Goerler and Jenko, PRL 2008).
5 Doppler Backscattering (DBS) measures local density fluctuation level and E B velocity versus wavenumber Xmode cutofflayer ω = ω c,x Radial resolution: Δr < 0.5 cm Fluctuation level vs. k θ from backscattered amplitude: ñ(k θ ) ~ A(k θ ) k θ k i k s Wavenumber resolution: Δk /k ~ 0.3 ExB velocity evaluated from Doppler shift Δω D of the backscattered signal: v E B =v meas v ph = Δω D /2k i α The probed wavenumber is set by the beam tilt angle α. k θ is obtained from GENRAY ray tracing: ω,k i Backscattering off density fluctuations with k s = k i  k θ, k θ = 2k i k i /k vac Several Effects localize backscattering to the cutoff layer. cutoff R (m)
6 GENRAY ray tracing is used to obtain the DBS probed radius and wavenumber Measures (relative) local fluctuation levels (0.5 k θ 15 cm 1 ) Radial resolution Δr < 0.5 cm Wavenumber resolution: Δk 2λ 2 = 0 k 2πW 0 sinθ 1+ (2πW 0 ) 2 λ 0 R p Δk/k = / 2
7 Core electron thermal diffusivity decreases within ~10 ms of Hmode edge barrier formation LH transition Electron heat diffusivity (from TRANSP) decreases rapidly across minor radius
8 At the LH transition, core fluctuations (0.4 r/a 0.8) are reduced across a range of wavenumbers ~ CECE (T e /T e )*, BES (ñ/n), r/a=0.7 Doppler Backscattering, r/a=0.4 L H L H *L. Schmitz, A.E. White et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 100 (2008). Moderate reduction before LH transition due to increasing E B shear; ñ drops at transition within ~510 ms.
9 The E B shearing rate exceeds the linear growth rate in the ITG/TEM range in the core plasma in Hmode Linear growth rate γ l is calculated by TGLF. The radial electric field/shear in the core is dominated by toroidal rotation (E r ~ v φ B θ ). Fluctuation suppression expected for k ρ s 4 in Hmode (r/a=0.4). Only ETG expected unstable for r/a ~0.4 DBS DBS L H
10 Electron temperature and density profiles and E B shearing rate in L and HMode, # LMode (875ms) HMode (1100 ms) Radial Electric Field LMode HMode WaltzMiller Shearing Rate HMode (1100 ms): strong shear in the core plasma (r/a <0.7) in addition to the pedestal region Low collisionality ν e* (0.4) ~0.04
11 Radial profile of Density Fluctuations in L and HMode Both ITGscale and Intermediatescale fluctuations are substantially reduced in Hmode across the core plasma. ñ/n is reduced by more than an order of magnitude for r/a < 0.45 Very low Hmode intermediatek turbulence for r/a <0.45
12 In Hmode, core fluctuations are reduced in the wavenumber range where α<ω ExB > > γ l Exponential spectra found in LMode: ñ/n ~ e β(kρ s ) with β = TGLF growth rate of most unstable mode α E ω ExB a/c s is the normalized shear quench rate
13 Initial multiscale GYRO calculations indicate importance of ETG range (k θ ρ s > 3) for electron thermal transport Spectrum of potential fluctuations (outboard midplane) r/a=0.6 Electron transport spectrum ~kρ s 3.5 ~kρ s 6 Fixed gradient simulation; Q e GYRO = 0.28 Q e, exp Electron Heat flux almost entirely driven by modes with k θ ρ s > 2
14 2D wavenumber spectrum (k r /k θ asymmetry) Outboard midplane reconstruction (GYRO) DBS measurement r/a=0.6 Measured DBS spectral index is increased compared to index averaged over <k r >
15 Achieved T e /T i > 1 and T e > 10 kev in ECHassisted QHmode plasma Reduced toroidal rotation and reduced central ion temperature with ECH Collisionality ν* ~ (r/a~0.4; comparable to ITER!)
16 Transport Dependence on T e /T i : Radial Profiles with/without ECH (#141407, 2.8 MW ECH) Electron Temperature Ion Temperature Electron ITB With ECH With ECH r/a T e /T i T e /T i Large variation in T e /T i provides good basis for investigating electron transport Ion thermal transport increases with T e /T i
17 Increasing T e /T i (ECH) leads to increased ion heat transport (flat T i profile) and ITG/TEM transition ECH TEM ECH TEM ITG TEM γa/c s (3.2,0.55) ωa/c s (3.2,0.55)
18 ITGTEM transition in core plasma with ECH (r/a = 0.4) (using correct L Te during ECH phase) ECH TEM ECH TEM ITG TEM γa/c s (3.2,0.55) ωa/c s (3.2,0.55)
19 Electron Temperature gradient stays above ETG critical gradient w/ech γa/c s (3.3,0.55)
20 Evidence of intermediatescale turbulence regulation by Zonal Flows in an electron ITB gradients shearing transport turbulence v v trapping Zonal flows no transport damping Zonal Flows thought to regulate ITGscale turbulence saturation; the influence on intermediatescale turbulence is less well understood. We present evidence of a ZFinduced shear layer and intermediatescale fluctuation suppression at/near the q=1 rational surface. Fluctuation suppression sustains an LMode electron transport barrier at the q=2 surface in the data shown.
21 LMode electron transport barrier at the q = 2 rational surface Previous evidence in DIIID of ion ITBs and transient electron ITBs formed near q min as the q=2 surface enters the plasma.* We investigate the interaction of ZF s with turbulence in a sustained electron ITB (Lmode). *M. Austin et al., Phys. Plasmas 13, (2006). LMode, P NB = 7 MW 1150 ms 1190 ms
22 Localized shear layer (Zonal Flow structure) detected near q=2 surface by Doppler Backscattering Turbulence velocity v ExB + v ph 1 cm Phase velocity is neglected (v ph < 0.05 v ExB from TGLF, V t ~ v ExB )
23 Localized Zonal Flows are observed near the q=2 surface ZMF (zeromean frequency) and low frequency Zonal Flows are observed near the q = 2 surface (r/a ~ 0.5) Flow velocity spectrum from Doppler Backscattering r/a r/a~0.5 1 km/s A 3/2 tearing mode grows at 1190 ms and is transiently observed at the same radius. An island forms at 1230 m (observed on ECE data), collapsing the shear layer. GAM Zonal Flows 0.1km/s Lmode plasma, coinjected 7 MW
24 Intermediatescale fluctuations are reduced in local shear layer near the q=2 surface ZF E B shear is calculated from adjacent DBS channels: ω E B ~ (v r2 v r1 )/Δr 12 E B shear reverses across q=2 surface (measured by DBS) Local ExB shearing rate ω ZF+ ω eq Barrier collapses Density Fluctuation Amplitude k θ ~ 6 cm 1 k θ ρ s 3
25 ExB flow shear is anticorrelated with intermediatescale density fluctuation amplitude 1200 ms First experimental evidence of Zonal Flow interaction with Intermediate scale turbulence Anticorrelation is consistent with theoretical expectations. r/a~0.48 Probed k ~6 cm 1 k ρ s 3
26 Anticorrelation is most pronounced in regions of high shear Turbulence velocity (DBS) 1200 ms
27 Summary Core electron transport and ITG/intermediate scale core turbulence are substantially reduced across the LH transition in lowcollisionality Hmode plasmas. Wavenumber spectra (measured by Doppler Backscattering) and TGLF/GYRO simulations indicate that core turbulence reduction is consistent with E B shear. Initial GYRO multiscale modeling results indicate dominance of highk turbulence in the core. Fixedflux runs are in preparation to allow quantitative comparisons to experimentally measured density fluctuation wavenumber spectra. T e /T i ~ 1 achieved with ECH; reduced ExB shear: interesting regime for studying electron transport. DBS data indicate intermediatescale turbulence regulation by Zonal Flows in an electron ITB near the q=2 rational surface (LMode).
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