Linnea Hesslow

Doctoral Student at Subatomic, High Energy and Plasma Physics

Linnea Hesslow works on theoretical plasma physics. Her research project focuses on developing models to describe fast electrons in fusion reactors. Ultimately, these models could take us one step closer to future fusion energy, which is an attractive potential energy source in many ways.

Source: chalmers.se

Showing 14 publications

2020

Effect of plasma elongation on current dynamics during tokamak disruptions

Tünde Fülöp, Per Helander, Oskar Vallhagen et al
Journal of Plasma Physics. Vol. In Press
Journal article
2019

Evaluation of the Dreicer runaway generation rate in the presence of high-impurities using a neural network

Linnea Hesslow, Lucas Unnerfelt, Oskar Vallhagen et al
Journal of Plasma Physics. Vol. In Press
Journal article
2019

Influence of massive material injection on avalanche runaway generation during tokamak disruptions

Linnea Hesslow, Ola Embréus, Oskar Vallhagen et al
Nuclear Fusion. Vol. 59 (8)
Journal article
2018

Dynamics of positrons during relativistic electron runaway

Ola Embréus, Katya Richards, Gergely Papp et al
45th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics, EPS 2018. Vol. 2018-July, p. 1748-1751
Paper in proceedings
2018

Dynamics of positrons during relativistic electron runaway

Ola Embréus, Linnea Hesslow, Mathias Hoppe et al
Journal of Plasma Physics. Vol. 84 (5), p. 905840506-
Journal article
2018

Generalized collision operator for fast electrons interacting with partially ionized impurities

Linnea Hesslow, Ola Embréus, Mathias Hoppe et al
Journal of Plasma Physics. Vol. 84 (6)
Journal article
2018

Effect of partially ionized impurities and radiation on the effective critical electric field for runaway generation

Linnea Hesslow, Ola Embréus, George Wilkie et al
Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion. Vol. 60 (7)
Journal article
2017

Fast-electron dynamics in the presence of weakly ionized impurities

Linnea Hesslow, Ola Embréus, George Wilkie et al
44th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics, EPS 2017
Paper in proceedings
2017

Kinetic effects of partially screened impurities in runaway-electron mitigation scenarios

Linnea Hesslow, Ola Embréus, George Wilkie et al
International Sherwood Fusion Theory Conference, Annapolis, USA
Conference contribution
2017

Effect of partially-screened nuclei on fast-electron dynamics

Linnea Hesslow, Ola Embréus, Adam Stahl et al
Physical Review Letters. Vol. 118 (25), p. article no. 5501-
Journal article
2017

Approaching multi-scale and multi-physics issues for runaway modelling

Tünde Fülöp, Ola Embréus, Linnea Hesslow et al
25th European Fusion Programme Workshop
Conference contribution
2017

Runaway electrons in disruptions: sliding and screening

Tünde Fülöp, Ola Embréus, Linnea Hesslow et al
Theory and Simulation of Disruptions Workshop, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Conference contribution

Download publicaton list

You can download this list to your computer.

Filter and download publication list

As logged in user (Chalmers employee) you find more export functions in MyResearch.

You may also import these directly to Zotero or Mendeley by using a browser plugin. These are found herer:

Zotero Connector
Mendeley Web Importer

Showing 2 research projects

2015–2020

Running away and radiating (PLASMA)

Ola Embréus Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Linnea Hesslow Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Longqing Yi Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Lucas Unnerfelt Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Tünde Fülöp Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Klara Insulander Björk Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Albert Johansson Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Andréas Sundström Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Julien Ferri Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Oskar Vallhagen Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Mathias Hoppe Subatomic and Plasma Physics
European Commission (EC)

2014–2017

Kinetic modelling of runaway electron dynamics

Tünde Fülöp Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Adam Stahl Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Linnea Hesslow Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Ola Embréus Subatomic and Plasma Physics
Mathias Hoppe Subatomic and Plasma Physics
European Commission (EC)

There might be more projects where Linnea Hesslow participates, but you have to be logged in as a Chalmers employee to see them.