Riccardo Tommasini
Riccardo Tommasini
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Fuel gain exceeding unity in an inertially confined fusion implosion
OA Hurricane, DA Callahan, DT Casey, PM Celliers, C Cerjan, EL Dewald, ...
Nature 506 (7488), 343-348, 2014
7082014
Review of the national ignition campaign 2009-2012
J Lindl, O Landen, J Edwards, E Moses, NIC team
Physics of Plasmas 21 (2), 020501, 2014
3842014
Progress towards ignition on the National Ignition Facility
MJ Edwards, PK Patel, JD Lindl, LJ Atherton, SH Glenzer, SW Haan, ...
Physics of Plasmas 20 (7), 070501, 2013
2592013
Onset of hydrodynamic mix in high-velocity, highly compressed inertial confinement fusion implosions
T Ma, PK Patel, N Izumi, PT Springer, MH Key, LJ Atherton, LR Benedetti, ...
Physical review letters 111 (8), 085004, 2013
1832013
Relativistic quasimonoenergetic positron jets from intense laser-solid interactions
H Chen, SC Wilks, DD Meyerhofer, J Bonlie, CD Chen, SN Chen, ...
Physical review letters 105 (1), 015003, 2010
1582010
The experimental plan for cryogenic layered target implosions on the National Ignition Facility—the inertial confinement approach to fusion
MJ Edwards, JD Lindl, BK Spears, SV Weber, LJ Atherton, DL Bleuel, ...
Physics of Plasmas 18 (5), 051003, 2011
1412011
The high-foot implosion campaign on the National Ignition Facility
OA Hurricane, DA Callahan, DT Casey, EL Dewald, TR Dittrich, ...
Physics of Plasmas 21 (5), 056314, 2014
1362014
Implosion dynamics measurements at the National Ignition Facility
DG Hicks, NB Meezan, EL Dewald, AJ Mackinnon, RE Olson, ...
Physics of Plasmas 19 (12), 122702, 2012
1212012
Cryogenic thermonuclear fuel implosions on the National Ignition Facility
SH Glenzer, DA Callahan, AJ MacKinnon, JL Kline, G Grim, ET Alger, ...
Physics of Plasmas 19 (5), 056318, 2012
1142012
Development of nuclear diagnostics for the National Ignition Facility
VY Glebov, DD Meyerhofer, TC Sangster, C Stoeckl, S Roberts, ...
Review of scientific instruments 77 (10), 10E715, 2006
1112006
High-density carbon ablator experiments on the National Ignition Facility
AJ MacKinnon, NB Meezan, JS Ross, S Le Pape, L Berzak Hopkins, ...
Physics of Plasmas 21 (5), 056318, 2014
1032014
High-resolution backlighters for high energy density experiments
HS Park, BR Maddox, E Giraldez, SP Hatchett, LT Hudson, N Izumi, ...
Physics of Plasmas 15 (7), 072705, 2008
1012008
Dynamic symmetry of indirectly driven inertial confinement fusion capsules on the National Ignition Facility
RPJ Town, DK Bradley, A Kritcher, OS Jones, JR Rygg, R Tommasini, ...
Physics of Plasmas 21 (5), 056313, 2014
832014
Demonstration of high performance in layered deuterium-tritium capsule implosions in uranium hohlraums at the National Ignition Facility
T Döppner, DA Callahan, OA Hurricane, DE Hinkel, T Ma, HS Park, ...
Physical review letters 115 (5), 055001, 2015
802015
Inertially confined fusion plasmas dominated by alpha-particle self-heating
OA Hurricane, DA Callahan, DT Casey, EL Dewald, TR Dittrich, ...
Nature Physics 12 (8), 800-806, 2016
792016
Effect of the mounting membrane on shape in inertial confinement fusion implosions
SR Nagel, SW Haan, JR Rygg, M Barrios, LR Benedetti, DK Bradley, ...
Physics of Plasmas 22 (2), 022704, 2015
772015
Saturation in a Ni-like Pd soft-x-ray laser at 14.7 nm
R Tommasini, F Löwenthal, JE Balmer
Physical Review A 59 (2), 1577, 1999
741999
Reduced instability growth with high-adiabat high-foot implosions at the National Ignition Facility
DT Casey, VA Smalyuk, KS Raman, JL Peterson, LB Hopkins, ...
Physical Review E 90 (1), 011102, 2014
712014
Development of Compton radiography of inertial confinement fusion implosions
R Tommasini, SP Hatchett, DS Hey, C Iglesias, N Izumi, JA Koch, ...
Physics of Plasmas 18 (5), 056309, 2011
692011
Assembly of high-areal-density deuterium-tritium fuel from indirectly driven cryogenic implosions
AJ Mackinnon, JL Kline, SN Dixit, SH Glenzer, MJ Edwards, DA Callahan, ...
Physical review letters 108 (21), 215005, 2012
662012
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