2003 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For fundamental contributions to the understanding and control of nonlinear resistive MagnetoHydrodynamic stability in high beta tokamak plasmas, and for leadership in comparison of theory to experimental data
R.J. La Haye mainly investigates Tokamak, Atomic physics, Plasma, DIII-D and Magnetohydrodynamics. His Tokamak study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanics, Instability, Resistive touchscreen and Electromagnetic coil. His Atomic physics research includes themes of Plasma stability, Magnetic confinement fusion, Plasma diagnostics, Resonant magnetic perturbations and Magnetic field.
The concepts of his Resonant magnetic perturbations study are interwoven with issues in Divertor and Edge-localized mode. His work investigates the relationship between Plasma and topics such as Tearing that intersect with problems in Quantum electrodynamics and Collisionality. His work carried out in the field of DIII-D brings together such families of science as Computational physics, Cyclotron, Kink instability, Rotation and Beta.
R.J. La Haye mostly deals with DIII-D, Tokamak, Plasma, Atomic physics and Mechanics. The DIII-D study combines topics in areas such as Computational physics, Cyclotron, Tearing, Resistive touchscreen and Beta. His Tokamak research includes elements of Magnetohydrodynamics, Magnetic field, Toroid and Electromagnetic coil.
His work on Kink instability as part of general Plasma research is frequently linked to Scaling, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Atomic physics course of study focuses on Divertor and Fusion power. As part of his studies on Mechanics, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Magnetohydrodynamic drive.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in DIII-D, Tokamak, Plasma, Atomic physics and Tearing. His DIII-D research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computational physics, Safety factor, Cyclotron, Field and Current. His studies in Tokamak integrate themes in fields like Phase, Electron, Toroid and Electromagnetic coil.
R.J. La Haye interconnects Torque and Magnetic field in the investigation of issues within Plasma. The various areas that R.J. La Haye examines in his Atomic physics study include Electron temperature and Atmospheric-pressure plasma. The Tearing study which covers Mechanics that intersects with Resistive touchscreen and Magnetohydrodynamic drive.
His primary scientific interests are in Tokamak, Plasma, DIII-D, Atomic physics and Computational physics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Phase, Nuclear engineering, Tearing, Electromagnetic coil and Electron. His Plasma research incorporates elements of Mechanics and Torque.
His DIII-D study combines topics in areas such as Magnetohydrodynamic drive, Quantum electrodynamics, Safety factor and Toroid. R.J. La Haye combines subjects such as Mathematical physics, Atmospheric-pressure plasma, Electron temperature, Neutral beam injection and National Spherical Torus Experiment with his study of Atomic physics. R.J. La Haye works mostly in the field of Computational physics, limiting it down to concerns involving Cyclotron and, occasionally, Stark effect and Control system.
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Suppression of large edge-localized modes in high-confinement DIII-D plasmas with a stochastic magnetic boundary.
T. E. Evans;R. A. Moyer;P. R. Thomas;J. G. Watkins.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Suppression of large edge localized modes in high confinement DIII-D plasmas with a stochastic magnetic boundary
T.E. Evans;R.A. Moyer;J.G. Watkins;P.R. Thomas.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2005)
Neoclassical tearing modes and their controla)
R. J. La Haye.
Physics of Plasmas (2006)
Effect of resonant magnetic perturbations on COMPASS-C tokamak discharges
T.C. Hender;R. Fitzpatrick;A.W. Morris;P.G. Carolan.
Nuclear Fusion (1992)
Control of neoclassical tearing modes in DIII–D
R. J. La Haye;S. Günter;D. A. Humphreys;J. Lohr.
Physics of Plasmas (2002)
Suppression of large edge localized modes with edge resonant magnetic fields in high confinement DIII-D plasmas
T.E. Evans;R.A. Moyer;J.G. Watkins;T.H. Osborne.
Nuclear Fusion (2005)
Role of the radial electric field in the transition from L (low) mode to H (high) mode to VH (very high) mode in the DIII‐D tokamak*
K. H. Burrell;E. J. Doyle;P. Gohil;R. J. Groebner.
Physics of Plasmas (1994)
Locked modes in DIII-D and a method for prevention of the low density mode
J.T. Scoville;R.J. La Haye;A.G. Kellman;T.H. Osborne.
Nuclear Fusion (1991)
ELM suppression in low edge collisionality H-mode discharges using n = 3 magnetic perturbations
K H Burrell;T E Evans;E J Doyle;M E Fenstermacher.
Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion (2005)
Direct Observation of the Resistive Wall Mode in a Tokamak and Its Interaction with Plasma Rotation
A. M. Garofalo;A. D. Turnbull;M. E. Austin;J. Bialek.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
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