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shear stabilized cylindrically symmetric mirror plasma

Wallace M. Manheimer

shear stabilized cylindrically symmetric mirror plasma

by Wallace M. Manheimer

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Published by Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shear (Mechanics),
  • Plasma stability.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW.M. Manheimer.
    SeriesNRL memorandum report -- 4144.
    ContributionsNaval Research Laboratory (U.S.). Plasma Theory Branch.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 5 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17825195M

      In a variety of magnetized plasma geometries, it has long been known that highly charged impurities tend to accumulate in regions of higher density. This “collisional pinch” is modified in the presence of additional forces, such as those might be found in systems with gravity, fast rotation, or   @article{osti_, title = {Ion-cyclotron-frequency stabilization of internal kink mode and sawtooth oscillations in tokamaks}, author = {Litwin, C.}, abstractNote = {It is proposed that the ponderomotive force due to applied ion-cyclotron resonance-frequency waves can stabilize the internal kink mode in tokamaks. The sufficient stability criterion is derived and the necessary power ://

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Shear stabilized cylindrically symmetric mirror plasma by Wallace M. Manheimer Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the present paper, a means of obtaining such a cylindrically symmetric magnetohydrodynamically stable mirror plasma is proposed. The idea is to use shear stabilization rather than minimum B.

Essentially, this means running a current through the center of the mirror M. Get this from a library. A shear stabilized cylindrically symmetric mirror plasma. [Wallace M Manheimer; Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.). Plasma Theory Branch.]   The possibility of shear stabilization of a cylindrically symmetric mirror plasma is examined.

A shear stabilized cylindrically symmetric mirror plasma: The Physics of Fluids: No 5 MENU Title: A shear stabilized cylindrically symmetric mirror plasma: Authors: Manheimer, W.

Affiliation: AA(Naval Research Lab., Washington, DC.) Publication: DTIC ADA A Shear Stabilized Cylindrically Symmetric Mirror Plasma. Item Preview A cylindrically symmetric MHD stable mirror plasma is proposed. Shear stabilization is used rather than minimum B. This essentially means running a current through the center of the mirror :// Theory of the dynamic stability of plasma systems Z-pinch and the instability is completely stabilized at a certain thickness.

magnetohydrodynamics for a cylindrically symmetric plasma   In, a 2D cylindrically symmetric, plasma hydrodynamics model, nonPDPSIM, of a kINPen-like plasma jet was developed. The unstructured mesh of the geometry is shown in figure The aim of the model was to study the effect of curtain gas on the reactive species :// An idealized plasma model in which all the ion guiding centers lie along the magnetic axis of a cylindrically symmetric plasma is investigated.

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