Contacts: Oak Nelson
This OMFIT module runs the RABBIT code from a specified DIII-D shot. Inputs can either be automatically gathered from zipfit and MDS+, or manually assembeled from related modules.
RABBIT is capable of computing the NBI fast-ion distribution in real-time. It uses a simplified beam geometry to calculate the beam attenuation. Finite-orbit-width effects are taken into account by an orbit average of the beam deposition. The time-dependent solution of the Fokker-Planck equation (2D in velocity) is then calculated based on analytic expressions. This code currently takes about 25ms per time step, which is roughly a factor of 1000 faster than the more sophisticated NUBEAM code. Nevertheless, good agreement between both codes is found in a comprehensive benchmark.
Please cite the publications below if using RABBIT in your workflow. Your recognition of the work that went into this is much appreciated.
List of contributors sorted by number of lines authored:
1339 Oak Nelson 149 Fusion Bot 132 Joseph McClenaghan 59 Tim Slendebroek 41 Sterling Smith 3 Orso Meneghini 1 Brian Grierson 1 Brendan Lyons