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“…where B p is the poloidal magnetic field, V is the plasma volume, and B pa is the averaged B p along the last closed flux surface (LCFS), which is calculated by the EFIT code [14,15]. LHW power proportion is defined by P P ,…”

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“…where B p is the poloidal magnetic field, V is the plasma volume, and B pa is the averaged B p along the last closed flux surface (LCFS), which is calculated by the EFIT code [14,15]. LHW power proportion is defined by P P ,…”

“…Constraints EAST, the magnetic reconstruction has been successfully used for the plasma control system (PCS) and some experiment analysis [10]. It was widely accepted [4,11] that with the magnetic diagnostics we can only achieve some integral parameters of internal plasma profiles such as the total plasma current I p , the internal inductance l i and the poloidal beta β p .…”

“…Here, R, φ and Z denote the usual cylindrical coordinate system. As the ∆ * is a two-dimensional nonlinear partial differential operator, the off-line EFIT [1] finds a solution with many numerical iterations and has been implemented in many tokamaks such as DIII-D [3], JET [4], NSTX [5], EAST [6] and KSTAR [7] to name some as examples.…”