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|Figure 9||Neutrons and spectrogram during LLM in MAST||This figure shows the total neutron rate (top), measured using the MAST fission chamber, and a spectrogram of magnetic fluctuations (bottom) in MAST pulse 29975. The dotted line indicates the time of excitation of a fishbone, and the dashed line indicates the time at which the fishbones were replaced with a long-lived mode. The spectrogram was generated using raw data from coil XMO/OMAHA/3LZ. Because this is a review paper, most of the figures have been previously published elsewhere and therefore do no require separate entries in CAPT. The exceptions are this figure and Figure 15.||0||CF/16/320||Download|
|Figure 16||Soft X-rays and D-alpha emission during ELM in MAST||This figure shows the evolution of soft X-ray intensity (red curve) and Dalpha intensity (black curve) during a typical ELM in MAST pulse 27898. The X-rays were detected along a line-of-sight passing through the low field side plasma edge above the midplane.||0||CF/16/321||Download|
|Figure 17||Parameter space of TAEs in NSTX, MAST and NSTX-Upgrade||This figure is an existence plot of TAEs detected in NSTX, MAST and NSTX-Upgrade. The variable on the horizontal axis is fast ion energy normalised to total plasma energy, averaged over a 50ms time interval, and the variable on the vertical axis is the ratio of maximum fast ion speed to Alfven speed. The two parts of the figure are identical except that MAST pulses are represented by large filled circles in (a) and NSTX-U pulses by smaller filled circles in (b). In both (a) and (b) open circles represent NSTX pulses while shaded regions indicate the projected parameter regimes for fusion alpha-particles in ITER, a proposed spherical tokamak components test facility (CTF), and a proposed ST reactor, ARIES-ST. The NSTX and NSTX-Upgrade data are not owned by CCFE; only the MAST data are owned by CCFE.||1||CF/17/15||Download|
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