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Steady-State Plasma Flow in a Magnetic Field

  • A. I. Morozov
  • L. S. Solov’ev
Part of the Reviews of Plasma Physics book series (ROPP)

Abstract

Since the beginning of research on the magnetic fusion reactor, attention has focused on the development of what might be called the “statics” of high-temperature plasmas, that is to say, the analysis of equilibrium and stability of a hot plasma confined by a magnetic field. Another area which is now attracting increasing attention is the field of “plasma dynamics,” which is the theory of high-amplitude nonlinear waves and plasma flow. Many authors have surveyed work on nonlinear waves and on low-tem-perature plasma dynamics, primarily in connection with the problem of MHD generators; therefore, in this review we will only consider the flow of a fully ionized, conducting plasma. Since we cannot hope to cover all possible varieties of the flow of such plasmas, we will only consider certain simple cases which are of interest in connection with the acceleration of comparatively dense plasma (n ~ 1014−1017 cm−3) to an energy of 0.1–10 keV.

Keywords

Critical Velocity Cold Plasma Signal Velocity Magnetic Surface Critical Surface 
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  • L. S. Solov’ev

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