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The shielding potential of N × M N × M projectiles passing through a collisional, self-gravitating dust contaminated plasma is studied by mean of linearized dielectric theory for a generalized Lorentzian plasma. The correlation and interference effects of projectiles on the shielded potential...
Atmospheric-pressure nonthermal plasma produced at a low frequency in a flexible dielectric tube in an argon gas flow is presented. The plasma system consists of a typical injection needle as a hot electrode, a Teflon ® tube as a dielectric, and a high voltage power supply. The plasma column is...
The evolution of many plasma systems is adiabatic, i.e., plasma entropy is conserved in each magnetic flux tube. An apparently surprising result found recently from simulations of a forced magnetic reconnection problem (the “Newton Challenge” J. Birn et al. , Phys. Plasmas 13 , 092117 ( 2006...
Relations between stagnation and in-flight phases are derived both analytically and numerically, for hydrodynamic variables relevant to direct-drive inertial confinement fusion implosions. Scaling laws are derived for the stagnation values of the shell density and areal density and for the...
The vibrational population distribution of the electronic ground state of H 2 H 2 in the expansion region of a negative ion source is investigated using a kinetic Monte Carlo model. Operative conditions are referred to the inductively coupled plasma radio frequency negative ion source developed...
One-dimensional full particle simulations of supercritical collisionless shocks with an ion and electron beta of 0.1 (particle to magnetic field pressure) over a wide Alfvén Mach number range and range of shock normal-magnetic field angles between Θ B n = 60° Θ B n = 60 ° and Θ B n = 80°...
The effects of unbounded planar geometry and bounded nonplanar geometry on quantum ion acoustic shock waves (QIASWs) in unmagnetized plasmas, where plasma kinematic viscosities are taken into account, are investigated. By the reductive perturbation method, deformed Korteweg–de Vries Burger...
We consider the two-fluid resistive tearing mode for an inviscid highly conducting (a large Lundquist number S S ) plasma in a sheared force-free magnetic field. It is shown that under the “constant- ψ ψ ” approximation there are four possible instability regimes, each of which corresponds...
A pure steam torch is generated by making use of 2.45 GHz 2.45 GHz microwave. Steam from a steam generator enters the discharge tube as a swirl gas at a temperature higher than 150 ° C 150 ° C . This steam becomes a working gas and produces a stable steam torch. The torch volume is almost...
A multiple-staged ion acceleration mechanism in the interaction of a circularly polarized laser pulse with a solid target is studied by one-dimensional particle-in-cell simulation. The ions are accelerated from rest to several MeV monoenergetically at the front surface of the target. After all...
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