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HIGH-ENERGY-DENSITY PHYSICS

NATIONAL IMPLOSION STAGNATION PHYSICS WORKSHOP (NISP) PROCEEDINGS

 

 

Charter for the National Implosion Stagnation Physics group

 

 

Fourth NISP Workshop (13-14 September 2016, Washington D.C.)

 

Day One

 

Day Two

 

 

Second NISP Workshop (8-9 March 2016, Livermore CA)

 

Day One

 

Day Two

A summary of the second NISP workshop

 

 

First NISP Workshop (27-28 October 2015, Livermore CA)

 

Magnetically Driven Implosions and MagLIF (27 October)

    Kyle Peterson, et al.: "Introduction to Magnetically Driven Implosions and MagLIF".

    Mathew Gomez, et al.: "Diagnosing stagnation conditions in Magnetized Liner Inertial Fusion (MagLIF) Experiments".

    Patrick Knapp: "THE PHYSICS OF STAGNATION IN MAGNETICALLY DRIVEN IMPLOSIONS AT Z".

Overview of direct-drive OMEGA cryogenic implosion results (27 October)

    Valeri Goncharov: "Overview of stagnation properties from direct-drive cryogenic OMEGA implosions".

    Sean Regan: "Hot-spot size".

    Sean Regan: "Confinement Time".

    Jim Knauer: "Ion temperature".

    Jim Knauer and Maria Gatu Johnson: "Areal density".

Overview of indirect-drive implosion results (28 October)

    A. Pak, et al.: "Hot spot shape measurements for understanding stagnation in IDI".

    Brian K Spears: "Hot spot flows in the stagnation phase for the IDI platform".

    "Inferences of shell asymmetry in indirect drive experiments at NIF".

A summary of the first NISP workshop

 

 

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