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Publication Date:

0000-00-00

First Author:

Andrew Kirk

Title:

L-mode filament characteristics on MAST as a function of plasma current measured using visible imaging

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Figure 1 | Simulation of effect of toroidal size of a filament on divertor profile | Simulation of the effect that the toroidal size of a filament a) at the mid-plane has on b) the radial extent at the divertor shown as a function of distance from the LCFS. | 0 | CF/15/442 | Download | ||

Figure 2 | Simulation of effect of filament characteristics on divertor profile | Simulation of the effect that the mid-plane filament parameters for 30 filaments have on the radial divertor profile. | 0 | CF/15/443 | Download | ||

Figure 3 | Operational space for filament study | The operational space studied in terms of toroidal Field at the magnetic axis (BT) and plasma current for discharges in Connected Double Null (O) or Lower Single Null Diverted (? ) magnetic configurations. | 0 | CF/15/444 | Download | ||

Figure 4 | fall off length as a function of plasma current | The mid-plane fall off lengths of a) power and b) density as a function of IP determined from upper divertor measurements in the CDN discharges studied. | 0 | CF/15/445 | Download | ||

Figure 5 | Background subtracted L-mode image | Background subtracted image of a MAST L-mode plasma. The curved line superimposed on the image is the field line at the LCFS at a given toroidal location. The horizontal line is used to measure the radial propagation of the filaments. | 0 | CF/15/446 | Download | ||

Figure 6 | example of filament finding algorithm | Line integrated intensity as a function of toroidal angle. For each filament the toroidal location (vertical line) and the half width half maximum toroidal extent (horizontal line) determined are shown. | 0 | CF/15/447 | Download | ||

Figure 7 | Distributions of mode number and toroidal and bi-normal filament size | Normalised probability distribution of a) effective toroidal mode number, b) toroidal size and c) bi-normal size for two discharges with the same toroidal magnetic field and with plasma current of 400 kA (solid) and 900 kA (dashed). | 0 | CF/15/448 | Download | ||

Figure 8 | Distribution of filament toroidal velocities | Normalised probability distribution of the toroidal velocity of the filaments in the shot with IP=900 kA. | 0 | CF/15/449 | Download | ||

Figure 9 | Effect of toroidal rotation on measured filament width | Simulation of the effect on the toroidal rotation of the filament on the measured toroidal size a) a filament with a width = 5 cm, which has moved 2 cm during the exposure time of 3 ?micros b) the resulting smeared image produced with Gaussian fit (dashed line). | 0 | CF/15/450 | Download | ||

Figure 10 | bi-normal filament width as a function of machine parameters | Mean bi-normal filament size as a function of a) plasma current (IP), b) edge safety factor (q95) and c) parallel connection length (L//) in CDN (O) or LSND (?) magnetic configurations. | 0 | CF/15/451 | Download | ||

Figure 11 | Distribution of filament radial size | Normalised probability distribution of the radial size of the filaments for two discharges with the same toroidal magnetic field and with plasma current of 400 kA (solid) and 900 kA (dashed). | 0 | CF/15/452 | Download | ||

Figure 12 | Radial filament size as a function of plasma parameters | Mean radial filament size as a function of a) plasma current (IP), b) edge safety factor (q95) and c) parallel connection length (L//) in CDN (O) or LSND (?) magnetic configurations. | 0 | CF/15/453 | Download | ||

Figure 13 | Bi-normal vs radial filament size | 13 Bi-normal size versus radial size of filaments for the shot with IP=900 kA.The points with error bars represent the weighted mean of the data in that interval and the standard deviation of the distribution | 0 | CF/15/454 | Download | ||

Figure 14 | Radial location of filaments as a fucntion of time | The radial distance from the LCFS (dRLCFS) as a function of time for the individually identified filaments. | 0 | CF/15/455 | Download | ||

Figure 15 | Intensity along radial chord | The intensity along a radial chord (dRLCFS) and time. The superimposed lines show the trajectories that would be taken by filaments with different radial velocities. | 0 | CF/15/456 | Download | ||

Figure 16 | distribution of radial velocities | The probability distribution for the radial velocity determined by method 1 (dashed) and method 2 (solid) for the discharge with IP=400 kA. | 0 | CF/15/457 | Download | ||

Figure 16 | Radial velocity distribution at IP 400 and 900 kA | Normalised probability distribution of the radial velocity (Vr) of the filaments obtained using method 2 for two discharges with the same toroidal magnetic field and with plasma current of 400 kA (solid) and 900 kA (dashed). | 0 | CF/15/458 | Download | ||

Figure 17 | Mean filament radial velocity as a fucntion of machine parameters | Mean radial velocity (Vr) as a function of a) plasma current (IP), b) edge safety factor (q95) and c) parallel connection length (L//). Results using method 2 obtained in CDN (O) and LSND (?) magnetic configurations. | 0 | CF/15/459 | Download | ||

Table 1 | Table of shots and shot parameters used in L-mode filament scaling paper | Parameters for the L-mode discharges analysed in this paper: Shot number, analysis period, magnetic configuration (Connected Double Null (CDN) or Lower Single Null Diverted (LSND)), plasma current (IP), toroidal magnetic, field on axis (BT), line averaged density (ne) and injected neutral beam power (PNBI). | 0 | CF/16/72 | Download | ||

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