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|Figure Reference||Title||Description||Number of Figure Data Items||Identifier||Download Figure Details|
|Figure 1||Evolution of X-ray intensity & Dalpha intensity during ELM in MAST||This figure shows the evolution of X-ray intensity (solid curve) and Dalpha intensity (dashed curve) during an ELM in MAST pulse 27898. The pre-ELM intensity has been subtracted from both signals, and they have been normalised to have approximately the same maximum value. The X-ray intensity corresponds to a line-of-sight passing through the low field side plasma edge above the midplane.||0||CF/16/175||Download|
|Figure 2||Poloidal cross-section of MAST vacuum vessel||This figure shows a poloidal cross-section of the MAST vacuum vessel, together with the poloidal flux surfaces of a single null plasma (pulse number 27898, t = 0.29s) and the location of the P3 coils. The red curve indicates the last closed flux surface.||0||CF/16/176||Download|
|Figure 3||Plasma current and neutral particle fluxes during merging-compression in MAST||This figure shows time traces of plasma current (solid curve), 7keV neutral deuterium flux (short dashes) and 16keV neutral hydrogen flux (long dashes) during the merging-compression phase of MAST pulse 9180.||0||CF/16/177||Download|
|Figure 4||NPA spectra for MAST pulses 9081 & 9180||This figure shows neutral particle analyser spectra, corrected for channel efficiency, for deuterium (squares/solid curve) and hydrogen (circles/dashed curve) obtained during the merging-compression phases of MAST pulses (a) 9081 and (b) 9180, before the start of NBI. In each case the neutral particle fluxes were integrated in time over 8ms.||0||CF/16/178||Download|
|Figure 5||Growth rate versus frequency for obliquely-propagating magnetoacoustic cyclotron waves||This figure shows growth rate versus frequency (both in units of the proton cyclotron frequency) for obliquely-propagating magnetoacoustic cyclotron waves in a hydrogen plasma with a fast ion concentration of 2.5%.||0||CF/16/179||Download|
|Figure 6||Energy spectra of electrons accelerated by inertial Alfven wave pulse||This figure shows energy spectra of electrons accelerated by inertial Alfven wave pulse for initial electron temperatures Te =100 eV (solid curve), 200 eV (short dashed curve), 500 eV (dotted curve) and 1 keV (long dashed curve).||0||CF/16/180||Download|
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