Plasma Sample Clauses

Plasma. Proteins Figure 1 shows the relative position of most of the plasma proteins.
Plasma. (a) Cerus and BHC acknowledge and agree that the Cooperative Development Work, as defined in the RBC/FFP Agreement, for the Plasma System;
Plasma wall studies, exploring plasma-wall interaction scenarios with Li coating and Li-liquid limiter concepts.
Plasma wall interaction and divertor physics;
Plasma. To enable the CCPs to independently deploy mixed-precision within their codes in an effective manner, we will develop a general framework for its use and provide training to the CCPs (web-based training and the provision of workshops at CCP meetings). We will also continue our code-coupling effort and will work closely with CCP-WSI to identify bottlenecks and improve the coupling methods used to give better performance on HPC platforms. Collectively, the CCPs provide a large number of software packages to their users and information about these packages is scattered across different websites and in various journals. We will perform an audit of these software packages, gathering information from the CCPs on a number of metrics such as the type of software license, support available, and performance of the code on HPC provisions. Software Outlook Milestone Target Date CCP5’s use of mixed-precision within DL_MESO (CCP5), in which Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx has a specific request to look into splitting a particular DP measurement into two contributions A+B, where A is large (relative to B) and unchanging, and B is continuously modified but should be able to be calculated in SP and stored in SP. Removed. Following further reduced precision experiments in DL_POLY, this was dropped in favour of extending the remit of the training package. The DL_POLY experiments also implied that the DL_MESO proposal was unlikely to yield good enough savings in execution time Q2 2017 Q3 2017 Coupling Type 1: Simplest Case: OpenFOAM-to-OpenFOAM coupling. How is the coupling done in Floating Buoy test example? Does it scale well? What percentage of time is spent doing the coupling. Investigate reason for general OpenFOAM scaling problems for this problem Complete. Xxxxxx Xxxxxx was able to get an extensive amount of data, which is going to form the basis of a joint paper between Xxxxxx and Xx Xxxxxxx Q2 2017 Q3 2017 Work packet revolving around FLAME from CCP-Plasma Removed. Dropped in favour of the expanded mixed precision training package. Q3 2017 Q4 2017 Development of a more general framework to guide the CCPs in deciding whether mixed-precision would be a valuable attribute to their codes. This would involve the production of written training material as well as the possibility of a webinar. Ongoing. In the final stages of producing the training package. Some of the webinars have been recorded. Will move to 2018/19 plans Q4 2017 Investigating the effects of using mixed-precision approache...
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Plasma. .1.3 Pull Through Welder
Plasma. Using a scientific pipette, aspirate off the plasma layer (about 50-60% of the sample) into 0.5ml cryovials. Continue until all the plasma has been removed, but without disturbing the buffy coat layer. A total of 4 or 5 cyrovials (0.5ml) should be obtained. Store in a -80°C freezer. Record freezer storage time of the plasma on the Biospecimen log (appendix B5).
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Plasma startup In Stellarator-Heliotron devices, current-free plasmas have been produced by 1st/2nd harmonic ECH or (in LHD) tangential NBI. No successful plasma startup by NBI only in mediums-size devices such as Heliotron J and TJ-II. Successful startup is required in W7-X. Reliable startup at low toroidal electric field is an important issue in superconducting tokamaks. These have been programmatically investigated in ITPA IOS (Integration Operation Scenario) topical group, and Heliotron J and TJ-II have contributed to it. Multi-device experiments and analyses have been made for detailed characterization of plasma startup, and better understanding for modelling. As the kick-off of this plasma startup session, (1) issues of plasma startup in Stellarator-Heliotron plasmas, (2) 2nd harmonic ECH breakdown in Heliotron J, LHD, WEGA and prediction for W7-X, (3) modeling of NBI startup in LHD and W7-AS and the possibility of plasma startup by NBI in W7-X, and (4) effects of Ohmic induced toroidal electric field were reported, all along with the modelling efforts. A joint paper on ECH breakdown has been in preparation. Energetic particles, Xxxxxx eigenmodes Database activity of Xxxxxx eigenmodes has been developing among H-1NF, Heliotron J and LHD. Data mining tool has been upgraded (updated clustering). Effects of ECH/ECCD on Alfvén eigenmodes have been programmatically investigated among Heliotron J, XXX and TJ-II. Among them, in Heliotron J, XXX (Global Alfvén eigenmode) has been targeted for comparison with TJ-II results, and it has passed domestic (Japan) selection process towards coming 25th IAEA Fusion Energy Conference as the joint paper. Anomalous transport and loss of energetic particles by MHD instabilities are also the main topic (3 devices mentioned above). STELLGAP code has been upgraded to consider the coupling between shear Alfvén wave and acoustic wave. Beta-induced Alfvén eigenmodes (BAE) including EGAM (energetic particles-driven GAM), which are observed in many devices, will be examined by STELLGAP from the viewpoints of low frequency modes in gap caused by Xxxxxx and acoustic waves. 3D equilibrium The programmatic validation and cross-benchmarking initiative for 3D equilibrium calculations (involving 11 codes from 6 institutions) was introduced. Stellarator symmetric tokamak equilibrium with small non-axisymmetric perturbations (ELM suppression experiments in DIII-D, shot 146058) allows participation of wide range of equilibrium codes. Calculation...