# Published Data

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Publication Date:

0000-00-00

First Author:

Jack Connor

Title:

The Effect of Plasma Beta on High-n Ballooning Stability at low magnetic shear

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Figure Reference | Title | Description | Number of Figure Data Items | Identifier | Download Figure Details | ||
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Figure 1 | Plasma Beta Ballooning – Fig 1 | Fig. 1: The effect of finite aspect ratio on the s- {alpha} stability diagram. The solid line shows a/R=0, the dash-dot line a/R = 0.025, the dotted line a/R= 0.05 , and the dashed line a/R= 0.1 when q = 3. | 1 | CF/16/112 | Download | ||

Figure 2 | Plasma Beta Ballooning – Fig 2 | Fig. 2: The effect of increasing {Delta} on the scaled s - {alpha} stability diagram. The solid line shows {hat{Delta}}=0, the dash-dot line shows {hat{Delta}}= 0.3, the dotted line shows {hat{Delta}}=0.6 , and the dashed line shows{hat{Delta}}=0.9 . | 1 | CF/16/113 | Download | ||

Figure 3 | Plasma Beta Ballooning – Fig 3 | Fig. 3: The scaled ellipticity, E , as a function of normalised radius, r/a, calculated using Eq. (52) with {hat{beta}}=0 (solid line), {hat{beta}}=0.1 (dash-dot line), {hat{beta}}= 0.2 (dotted line), and {hat{beta}}=0.3 (dashed line). (a) is the circular boundary case; (b) E = 0.69 (E =1/ 3, d =1/ 3) . | 0 | CF/16/114 | Download | ||

Figure 4 | Plasma Beta Ballooning – Fig 4 | Fig. 4 : Stability in the scaled s-{alpha} diagram as global pressure is increased; in each plot {hat{beta}}= 0 (solid line),{hat{beta}}= 0.1 (dash-dot line), {hat{beta}}= 0.2 (dotted line), and {hat{beta}}= 0.3 (dashed line). (a) is the case with a circular plasma boundary. (b) the case with a shaped plasma boundary: E = 0.69 . | 0 | CF/16/115 | Download | ||

Figure 5 | Plasma Beta Ballooning – Fig 5 | Fig. 5: Plot of the Mercier index, D_M ,against {hat{beta}}, solid line shows the circular plasma boundary case and the dash-dot line shows the shaped plasma boundary. | 0 | CF/16/116 | Download | ||

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