Macroscopic stability of high β MAST plasmas
ArticleChapman, I.T., Cooper, W.A., Graves, J.P., Gryaznevich, M.P., Hastie, R.J., Hender, T.C., Howell, D.F., Hua, M.D., Huysmans, G.T.A., Keeling, D.L., Liu, Y.Q., Meyer, H.F., Michael, C.A., Pinches, S.D., Saarelma, S., Sabbagh, S.A. & team, the MAST (2011). Macroscopic stability of high β MAST plasmas. Nuclear Fusion, 51(7), 73040-73040. In Scopus Cited 10 times.
The high-beta capability of the spherical tokamak, coupled with a suite
of world-leading diagnostics on MAST, has facilitated significant
improvements in the understanding of performance-limiting core
instabilities in high performance plasmas. For instance, the newly
installed motional Stark effect diagnostic, with radial resolution