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Relationship between normalized thermal energy and conductivity for cylindrical tokamak geometry

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The relation between normalized thermal en-ergy and conductivity, with no particle sources in cylindrical tokamak geometry has been de-rived. It is obtained, . This relationship is of importance for tokamak confinement and heating.

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Asif, M. (2010) Relationship between normalized thermal energy and conductivity for cylindrical tokamak geometry. Natural Science, 2, 54-55. doi: 10.4236/ns.2010.21008.


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