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

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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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