ALEXIS


ALEXIS - Auburn Linear EXperiment for Instability Studies

The ALEXIS device is a 180 cm long, 10 cm diameter linear magnetized plasma experiment that is used to study the stability of plasmas in the presence of spatially inhomogeneous (i.e., sheared) flows either parallel or perpendicular to the magnetic field.


Funding:
U.S. Department of Energy - Fusion Energy Sciences (DOE-FES)
Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)

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