TOKAM-3D: A 3D fluid code for transport and turbulence in the edge plasma of Tokamaks We present a new code aiming at giving a global and coherent approach for transport and turbulence issues in the edge plasma of Tokamaks. The TOKAM-3D code solves 3D fluid drift equations in full-torus geometry including both closed field lines and SOL physics. No scale separation is assumed so that interactions between large scale flows and turbulence are coherently treated. Moreover, the code can be run in transport regimes ranging from purely anomalous diffusion to fully established turbulence. Specific numerical schemes have been developed which can solve the model equations whether the presence of a limiter in the plasma is taken into account or not. Example cases giving an overview of the field of application of the code as well as verification results are also presented.
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- Tamain, P.; Ghendrih, Ph.; Tsitrone, E.; Grandgirard, V.; Garbet, X.; Sarazin, Y.; Serre, E.; Ciraolo, G.; Chiavassa, G.: TOKAM-3D: A 3D fluid code for transport and turbulence in the edge plasma of Tokamaks (2010)