Using LSTM for the Prediction of Disruption in ADITYA Tokamak

13 Jul 2020  ·  Aman Agarwal, Aditya Mishra, Priyanka Sharma, Swati Jain, Sutapa Ranjan, Ranjana Manchanda ·

Major disruptions in tokamak pose a serious threat to the vessel and its surrounding pieces of equipment. The ability of the systems to detect any behavior that can lead to disruption can help in alerting the system beforehand and prevent its harmful effects... Many machine learning techniques have already been in use at large tokamaks like JET and ASDEX, but are not suitable for ADITYA, which is comparatively small. Through this work, we discuss a new real-time approach to predict the time of disruption in ADITYA tokamak and validate the results on an experimental dataset. The system uses selected diagnostics from the tokamak and after some pre-processing steps, sends them to a time-sequence Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) network. The model can make the predictions 12 ms in advance at less computation cost that is quick enough to be deployed in real-time applications. read more

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