volume 44, issue 6, PS93-S107 2004
DOI: 10.1088/0029-5515/44/6/s10
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Abstract: The impact of the helical perturbations, which can act as a momentum source or sink, on the rotation velocity is calculated on the basis of the ambipolarity constraint and the parallel momentum equation of the revisited neoclassical theory; this theory allows prediction of the parallel and poloidal flow speeds, v , and v , respectively, and therefore the radial electric field E r via the usual radial momentum balance equation. Source terms account for the momentum deposition by neutral beam injection, pressure…

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