ETE (tokamak)

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The Spherical Tokamak Experiment (Portuguese: ETE - Experimento Tokamak Esférico) is a machine dedicated to plasma studies in low aspect ratio tokamaks. The ETE was entirely designed and assembled at the Associated Plasma Laboratory (Laboratório Associado de Plasma, LAP) of Brazil's National Institute for Space Research (INPE).[1][2][3][4]


  1. ^ Ludwig, Gerson Otto; Andrade, Maria Celia Ramos de; Barbosa, Luis Filipe Wiltgen (1999). "The ETE spherical Tokamak project".
  2. ^ Ludwig, G. O.; Del Bosco, E.; Ferreira, J. G.; Berni, L. A.; Oliveira, R. M.; Andrade, M. C. R.; Shibata, C. S.; Ueda, M.; Barbosa, L. F. W. (Dec 2003). "Spherical tokamak development in Brazil". Brazilian Journal of Physics. 33 (4): 848–859. doi:10.1590/S0103-97332003000400041. ISSN 0103-9733.
  3. ^ Ludwig, G.O; Bosco, E. Del; Ferreira, J.G (2005-06-30). "Eddy currents in the vacuum vessel of the ETE spherical tokamak". Nuclear Fusion. 45 (7): 675–684. doi:10.1088/0029-5515/45/7/017. ISSN 0029-5515.
  4. ^ Ludwig, Gerson Otto (Sep 1997). "Theoretical Methods in the Design of the Poloidal Field Coils for the ETE Spherical Tokamak". Brazilian Journal of Physics. 27 (3). doi:10.1590/S0103-97331997000300009. ISSN 0103-9733.