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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Engineering and Technology D-index 33 Citations 4,968 199 World Ranking 4334 National Ranking 136

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Quantum mechanics
  • Electrical engineering
  • Electron

Tokamak, Plasma, Nuclear engineering, Mechanics and Eddy current are his primary areas of study. His Tokamak study incorporates themes from Control theory and Atomic physics. Much of his study explores Plasma relationship to Electromagnetic coil.

His Nuclear engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nuclear physics, Jet, Divertor and Baffle. Raffaele Albanese has included themes like Magnetic core, Position and Voltage in his Mechanics study. Raffaele Albanese interconnects Coupling, Finite element method, Scalar, Vector field and Integral equation in the investigation of issues within Eddy current.

His most cited work include:

  • The linearized CREATE-L plasma response model for the control of current, position and shape in tokamaks (196 citations)
  • Principal Physics Developments Evaluated in the ITER Design Review (178 citations)
  • Integral formulation for 3D eddy-current computation using edge elements (151 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

Raffaele Albanese mostly deals with Plasma, Tokamak, Nuclear engineering, Divertor and Mechanics. His studies in Plasma integrate themes in fields like Control theory, Jet, Position, Electromagnetic coil and Eddy current. His work deals with themes such as Control system, Control theory, Fusion power and Atomic physics, which intersect with Tokamak.

His Nuclear engineering research includes elements of Plasma diagnostics, Magnet and IGNITOR. His research integrates issues of Power and Nuclear fusion in his study of Divertor. The study incorporates disciplines such as Magnetohydrodynamics, Magnetic field and Current in addition to Mechanics.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Plasma (46.57%)
  • Tokamak (44.40%)
  • Nuclear engineering (29.60%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2017-2021)?

  • Tokamak (44.40%)
  • Plasma (46.57%)
  • Divertor (19.86%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Tokamak, Plasma, Divertor, Nuclear engineering and Test facility. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Jet, Control theory and Excitation. His Jet research incorporates themes from Neutron, Beryllium, Joint European Torus and Atomic physics.

His Plasma study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Simulation, Position and Electromagnetic coil. His studies deal with areas such as Power, Optics, Nuclear fusion, Topology and Mechanics as well as Divertor. Raffaele Albanese combines subjects such as Limiter, Steady state, Fusion power and Transient with his study of Nuclear engineering.

Between 2017 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Sensitivity of the SHiP experiment to Heavy Neutral Leptons (67 citations)
  • The experimental facility for the Search for Hidden Particles at the CERN SPS (36 citations)
  • Overview of the JET preparation for deuterium–tritium operation with the ITER like-wall (35 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Quantum mechanics
  • Electrical engineering
  • Electron

Raffaele Albanese spends much of his time researching Nuclear engineering, Divertor, Tokamak, Plasma and Test facility. His study in Nuclear engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Jet, Steady state, Fusion power and Heat sink. He has researched Fusion power in several fields, including Hall effect sensor, Neutron, Plasma control and Plasma diagnostics.

His Divertor research integrates issues from Power, Nuclear fusion, Neutral beam injection, Dissipation and Mechanics. His Tokamak research includes themes of Beam, Cyclotron and Pedestal. His Plasma research incorporates elements of Helium, Coolant and Transient.

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Best Publications

The linearized CREATE-L plasma response model for the control of current, position and shape in tokamaks

R. Albanese;F. Villone.
Nuclear Fusion (1998)

298 Citations

Principal Physics Developments Evaluated in the ITER Design Review

R. J. Hawryluk;D. J. Campbell;G. Janeschitz;P. R. Thomas.
Nuclear Fusion (2009)

228 Citations

Integral formulation for 3D eddy-current computation using edge elements

R. Albanese;G. Rubinacci.
IEE Proceedings A Physical Science, Measurement and Instrumentation, Management and Education, Reviews (1988)

227 Citations

Finite Element Methods for the Solution of 3D Eddy Current Problems

R. Albanese;G. Rubinacci.
Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics (1997)

225 Citations

Solution of three dimensional eddy current problems by integral and differential methods

R. Albanese;G. Rubinacci.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (1988)

173 Citations

Magnetostatic field computations in terms of two‐component vector potentials

R. Albanese;G. Rubinacci.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (1990)

155 Citations

Overview of the JET results in support to ITER

X. Litaudon;S. Abduallev;M. Abhangi;P. Abreu.
Nuclear Fusion (2017)

154 Citations

Advances in the Physics Basis for the European DEMO Design

R. Wenninger;F. Arbeiter;J. Aubert;L. Aho-Mantila.
Nuclear Fusion (2015)

131 Citations

Plasma modelling for the control of vertical instabilities in tokamaks

R. Albanese;E. Coccorese;G. Rubinacci.
Nuclear Fusion (1989)

99 Citations

The Fusion Advanced Studies Torus (FAST): a proposal for an ITER satellite facility in support of the development of fusion energy

A. Pizzuto;F. Gnesotto;M. Lontano;R. Albanese.
Nuclear Fusion (2010)

98 Citations

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