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Utilize lithium and n = 1 EFC to study non-resonant braking over long timescale > momentum diffusion time. Past data Non-resonant braking evolves into resonant braking, precludes accurate non-resonant NTV evaluation New approach

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Past data
Utilize lithium and n = 1 EFC to study non-resonant braking over long timescale > momentum diffusion time

  • Past data

    • Non-resonant braking evolves into resonant braking, precludes accurate non-resonant NTV evaluation

  • New approach

    • Utilize n = 1 EFC and lithium to delay or eliminate rotating n = 1 MHD

      • n = 1 MHD is the cause for strong resonant wf damping

    • Examine braking from different initial wE (ni* < 1), at various R

      • Initial n = 3 braking field to vary initial wE, then increase braking

      • If ni*/qwE(R) > 1, should observe Ti5/2 scaling

      • If ni*/ qwE(R) < 1, should observe saturation in braking, or other (?) scaling

    • Look for NTV offset rotation (TNTV ~ dB2(wf – wf-offset))

      • Allow second quasi-steady-state wf to be reached after 2nd braking pulse; will data support existence of wf-offset? (a counter-Ip offset)

      • Supplement co-injection data with *counter-injection* data - best conclusion