Medical Definition of Radio frequency current drive

1. Plasma waves in the radio-frequency range can be used to push plasma particles in such a way that current forms in the plasma, this is a method of non-inductive current drive which would allow for steady-state fusion reactors to operate. (09 Oct 1997)



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