volume 46, issue 7, PS455-S468 2006
DOI: 10.1088/0029-5515/46/7/s08
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Abstract: Abstract. The well developed linear theory of ICRF (including FW, HHFW and IBW) interactions with plasma has enjoyed considerable success in describing antenna coupling and wave propagation, and provides a well-known framework for calculating power absorption, current drive, etc. In some situations, less well studied nonlinear effects are of interest, such as flow drive, ponderomotive forces, rf sheaths, parametric decay and related interactions with the edge plasma. Standard ICRF codes have begun to integrat…

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