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Magnetic Fields and Magnetic Diagnostics for Tokamak Plasmas

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Magnetic Fields and Magnetic Diagnostics for Tokamak Plasmas
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Number of pages: 166

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This series of notes tries to lay the foundations for the interpretation of magnetic fields and fluxes, often in terms of equilibrium plasma parameters. The title, 'magnetic diagnostics', is taken to mean those diagnostics which are used to measure magnetic fields and fluxes using induction, or pick-up, coils.

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