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Topics on Nonlinear Wave-Plasma Interaction epub ebook

by BAUMGÄRTEL,SAUER

Topics on Nonlinear Wave-Plasma Interaction epub ebook

Author: BAUMGÄRTEL,SAUER
Language: English
Publisher: Birkhäuser; 1 edition (January 1, 1987)
Pages: 214 pages
ISBN: 3764318643
ISBN13: 978-3764318642
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Topics on Nonlinear Wave-Plasma Interaction. Authors: BAUMGÄRTEL, SAUER.

Topics on Nonlinear Wave-Plasma Interaction. eBook 67,82 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). It covers several selected topics on nonlinear wave-plasma interactio,ll in a treatment based on a hydrodynamic plasma description. Thus, no attempt has been made to give a comprehensive view on all aspects of the interaction of strong electromagnetic waves with plasmas.

It covers several selected topics on nonlinear wave-plasma interactio,ll in a treatment based on a hydrodynamic plasma description

It covers several selected topics on nonlinear wave-plasma interactio,ll in a treatment based on a hydrodynamic plasma description. The text is partly introductory and presents partly current results.

Klaus Baumgartel, Konrad Sauer.

Автор: BAUMG?RTEL; SAUER Название: Topics on Nonlinear Wave-Plasma . It covers several selected topics on nonlinear wave-plasma interactio, ll in a treatment based on a hydrodynamic plasma description.

It covers several selected topics on nonlinear wave-plasma interactio, ll in a treatment based on a hydrodynamic plasma description.

Laser and Particle Beams

Laser and Particle Beams English Français. Laser and Particle Beams. Klaus Baumgärtel and Konrad Sauer, Topics on Nonlinear Wave-Plasma Interaction (Birkhäuser, Basel, Boston and Stuttgart, 1987) 222 pages, SFr. 52. H. Hora.

PDF This work examines the nonlinear interaction of waves in a layered periodic structure that consists of alternating semiconductor layers, namely, nonlinear and linear layers

PDF This work examines the nonlinear interaction of waves in a layered periodic structure that consists of alternating semiconductor layers, namely, nonlinear and linear layers. The nonlinearity under study is due to that of the free carrier current.

Other Authors: Sauer, Konrad. Applications of Radio-Frequency Power to Plasmas : seventh Topical Conference, Kissimmee, FL 1987, Published: (1987). Plasma dynamics, by: Dendy, R. O. Published: (1990). Plasma scattering of electromagnetic radiation. Radiofrequency plasma heating : sixth topical conference, Callaway Gardens, GA, 1985, Published: (1985).

Baumgärtel K, Sauer K Topics on Nonlinear Wave-Plasma Interaction Chapter 1 (1987) p. 9. Silin V P, Tikhonchuk V T Physics Reports 135 1 (1986).

Nonlinear waves, carried by the plasma flow downstream, appear at. .Sauer, . E. Dubinin, and K. Baumgärtel, Bow shock splitting in bi-ion flows, Geophys. 23, 3643–3646, 1996b.

Nonlinear waves, carried by the plasma flow downstream, appear at ~130T. Figure 5b shows that large amplitude waves gradually steepen and give rise to shocks. A formation of shocks is identified by an abrupt change of the propagating direction. A bunching of plasma arises due to a resonant interaction between waves, generated in the proton plasma by a heavy ion beam, and slow waves in a beam. Slow waves, which are carried by a beam and interact with plasma waves, are bi-ion waves driven by the Lorentz and pressure forces.

The text presented here is an extended english version of a report by the authors which appeared in April 1983 at the Institute of Cosmical Research of the Academy of Sciences of the GDR in German. It covers several selected topics on nonlinear wave-plasma interactio,ll in a treatment based on a hydrodynamic plasma description. Thus, no attempt has been made to give a comprehensive view on all aspects of the interaction of strong electromagnetic waves with plasmas. The text is partly introductory and presents partly current results. The authors hope that it will be of interest to students and scientists not only in the field of plasma physics. The authors thank Akademie-Verlag, Berlin and Birkhiiuser-Verlag, Basel for their encouragement to prepare the English manuscript and Mrs. Ch. Geier for carefully typing the final off-set version. Klaus Baumgiirtel Konrad Sauer Berlin, in April 1986 Contents Preface 5 Introduction 9 General References 13 Part I Basic equations 15 1 Hydrodynamic plasma description 15 2 Basic equations for high-frequency processes 19 3 Basic equations for low-frequency processes 25 References 28 Part n Elements of linear wave propagation 31 4 Linear wave propagation in plasmas 31 4. 1 Linear wave equation 4. 2 Penetration of a plasma by an electromagnetic wave 34 4. 3 Resonance absorption 38 References 43 5 Structure resonances 45 5. 1 Resonances at s-polarization 46 56 5. 2 Sl'l'face wave resonances 5.
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