|作者：||C. Luo, T. Lan, Y. Zhu, J. Xie, B. Gao, W. Liu, C. Yu, P.G. Milne, C.W. Domier, N.C. Luhmann|
1University of Science and Technology of China, No. 96 Jinzhai Road, Hefei, China
2University of California at Davis, One Shields Avenue, Davis, California, United States
3D-TACQ Solutions Ltd., EAST Kilbride, Scotland U.K.
|刊名：||Journal of Instrumentation, 2017, Vol.12 (06)|
|来源数据库：||Institute of Physics Journal|
|原始语种摘要：||A 384-channel electron cyclotron emission imaging (ECEI) system is installed on the experimental advanced superconducting tokamak (EAST) and 7-gigabyte data is produced for each regular discharge of a 10-second pulse. The data acquisition and control (DAC) system for the EAST ECEI diagnostics covers the large data production and embeds the ability to report the data quality instantly after the discharge. The symmetric routing design of the timing signal distributions among the 384 channels provides a low-cost solution to the synchronization of a large number of channels. The application of the load-balance bond service largely reduces the configuration difficulty and the cost in the high-speed data transferring tasks. Benefiting from the various kinds of hardware units with dedicated... functionalities, an automated and user interactive DAC work flow is achieved, including the pre-selections of the automation scheme and the observation region, 384-channel data acquisition and local caching, post-discharge imaging data quality evaluation, remote system status monitoring, and inter-discharge imaging system event handling. The system configuration in a specific physics experiment is further optimized through the associated operating software which is enhanced by the input of the tokamak operation status and the region of interest (ROI) from other diagnostics. The DAC system is based on a modularized design and scalable to the long-pulse discharges in the EAST tokamak.|