ELMs and how to control them

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ELMs and how to control them

Myriam Jacobs

Edge Localized Modes, or ELMs, are a series of plasma eruptions that often occur at the edge of a tokamak plasma. They can result in extremely large heat loads on the exhaust structures of tokamaks and are a major concern for ITER.

Watch this video to find out more about ELMs.


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