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Physics model development and extensive validation of predictive integrated modelling within the new EU framework programme 2021-2027 (TSVV11 activity)

Yann Camenen

Abstract

"a strong theory and modelling programme is essential because empirically based predictions are uncertain in unexplored environments like ITER and particularly DEMO, and this will be a stronger focus than foreseen earlier" [Statement from the 2018 Fusion Roadmap] In the EUROfusion Work Package Advanced Computing, among the 14 'Theory, Simulation, Verification and Validation ' activities one is devoted to such effort. The TSVV11 team plan to significantly extend the state-of-the-art in predictive integrated tokamak simulation, and validation methodologies thereof, combining both technical framework and physics-module advances. All the physics that we master in 2021 has to be available from ITER control room in 2027.
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cea-03349974 , version 1 (21-09-2021)

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Clarisse Bourdelle, Clemente Angioni, Jean-Francois Artaud, Yann Camenen, Francis J. Casson, et al.. Physics model development and extensive validation of predictive integrated modelling within the new EU framework programme 2021-2027 (TSVV11 activity). 25th Joint EU-US TTF Meeting - EU-US Transport Task Force, Sep 2021, E-Conference, United Kingdom. . ⟨cea-03349974⟩
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