Chang, C. S. and Klasky, S. and Cummings, J. and Samtaney, R. and Shoshani, A. and Sugiyama, L. and Keyes, D. and Ku, S. and Park, G. and Parker, S. and Podhorszki, N. and Strauss, H. and Abbasi, H. and Adams, M. and Barreto, R. and Bateman, G. and Bennett, K. and Chen, Y. and Azevedo, E. D. and Docan, C. and Ethier, S. and Feibush, E. and Greengard, L. and Hahm, T. and Hinton, F. and Jin, C. and Khan, A. and Kritz, A. and Krsti, P. and Lao, T. and Lee, W. and Lin, Z. and Lofstead, J. and Mouallem, P. and Nagappan, M. and Pankin, A. and Parashar, M. and Pindzola, M. and Reinhold, C. and Schultz, D. and Schwan, K. and Silver, D. and Sim, A. and Stotler, D. and Vouk, M. and Wolf, M. and Weitzner, H. and Worley, P. and Xiao, Y. and Yoon, E. and Zorin, D. (2008) Toward a first-principles integrated simulation of tokamak edge plasmas. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 125 . Art. No. 012042. ISSN 1742-6596 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20090617-144521061
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Performance of the ITER is anticipated to be highly sensitive to the edge plasma condition. The edge pedestal in ITER needs to be predicted from an integrated simulation of the necessary first-principles, multi-scale physics codes. The mission of the SciDAC Fusion Simulation Project (FSP) Prototype Center for Plasma Edge Simulation (CPES) is to deliver such a code integration framework by (1) building new kinetic codes XGC0 and XGC1, which can simulate the edge pedestal buildup; (2) using and improving the existing MHD codes ELITE, M3D-OMP, M3D-MPP and NIMROD, for study of large-scale edge instabilities called Edge Localized Modes (ELMs); and (3) integrating the codes into a framework using cutting-edge computer science technology. Collaborative effort among physics, computer science, and applied mathematics within CPES has created the first working version of the End-to-end Framework for Fusion Integrated Simulation (EFFIS), which can be used to study the pedestal-ELM cycles.
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