volume 60, issue 2, P249-255 2015
DOI: 10.1515/nuka-2015-0052
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Abstract: Abstract. Runaway electrons present an important part of the present efforts in nuclear fusion research with respect to the potential damage of the in-vessel components. The COMPASS tokamak a suitable tool for the studies of runaway electrons, due to its relatively low vacuum safety constraints, high experimental fl exibility and the possibility of reaching the H-mode D-shaped plasmas. In this work, results from the fi rst experimental COMPASS campaign dedicated to runaway electrons are presented and discusse…

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