Low Frequency Waves and Turbulence in Magnetized Laboratory Plasmas and in the Ionosphere
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Low Frequency Waves and Turbulence in Magnetized Laboratory Plasmas and in the Ionosphere

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ISBN-13:
9780750312516
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
630
Autor:
Hans Pécseli
Serie:
IOP Expanding Physics
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This book describes low-frequency waves and turbulence in magnetized laboratory plasmas and in the ionosphere. The first part is devoted to discussing relevant plasma instabilities and the free energy that drives them. In the second part, nonlinear models and the interactions of many modes are discussed. Theoretical tools available for turbulence modelling are also outlined.
Low Frequency Waves and Turbulence in Magnetized Laboratory Plasmas and in the Ionosphere was developed from courses taught by the author at the universities of Oslo and Tromsø in Norway. Suitable for undergraduates, graduate students and researchers, the first part of the book is devoted to discussing some relevant plasma instabilities and the free energy that drives them. In the second part, the more advanced topics of nonlinear models and the interactions of many modes are discussed. Theoretical tools available for turbulence modelling are also outlined. The book summarizes a number of studies of low-frequency plasma waves, drift waves in particular, from laboratory and space experiments.
Low Frequency Waves and Turbulence in Magnetized Laboratory Plasmas and in the Ionosphere was developed from courses taught by the author at the universities of Oslo and Tromsø in Norway. Suitable for undergraduates, graduate students and researchers, it serves as a reference for low-frequency waves and turbulence in magnetized plasmas in laboratory and space, although much of the basic physics is also relevant for nuclear fusion plasma studies.



The first part of the book is devoted to discussing some relevant plasma instabilities and the free energy that drives them. In the second part, the more advanced topics of nonlinear models and the interactions of many modes are discussed. Examples of low-frequency plasma turbulence in magnetized plasmas are presented, illustrated by experimental and observational results. Some theoretical tools available for turbulence modelling are also outlined. Drift waves and their saturated turbulent stage have great importance for turbulent diffusion across magnetic field lines, and the book summarizes a number of studies from laboratory and space experiments.

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