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Discussion of some exact two-dimensional equilibria of Vlasov plasmas
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] A. Sestero.|
|Series||Laboratori gas ionizzati. LGI, 67/27|
|LC Classifications||QC717.6 .L32 no. 67/27|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||70512903|
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The present paper discusses a class of exact two‐dimensional kinetic current sheet equilibria. The general solution to the two‐dimensional Grad‐Shafranov equation was first obtained by Walker in Cited by: This book describes and contextualises collisionless plasma theory, and in particular collisionless plasma equilibria.
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Chapter 8. Equilibrium Solutions of the Vlasov Equation and f e0=f e0 (−eB 0 m e x+v y, −eB 0 m e y−v x,v z) are equilibrium solutions of the steady-state Vlasov Discussion of some exact two-dimensional equilibria of Vlasov plasmas book but cannot be the equilibrium solutions of the steady-state Vlasov-Maxwell equations.
References Krall, N. A., and A. Trivelpiece (), Principles of Plasma. equilibria, so that L is the current sheet thickness ; velocities are referred to the speed of light c; magnetic and electric ﬁelds are referred to an equilibrium ﬁeld B 0, while densities are normalized on a reference density n 0.
In order to study the linear stability of the system, we linearize Vlasov’s equation f 1s t +v f 1s r + cs.  The present paper discusses a class of exact two-dimensional kinetic current sheet equilibria. The general solution to the two-dimensional Grad-Shafranov equation was first obtained by Walker in in terms of the generating function g(z)(z = X + iZ), where X and Z.
A specific class of solutions of the Vlasov–Maxwell equations, developed by means of generalization of the well-known Harris–Fadeev–Kan–Manankova family of exact two-dimensional equilibria.
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This equilibrium, which we match to observations, is a rigorous Vlasov solution that can be used as an initial condition to study the stability and nonlinear evolution of DFs. We present a class of one-dimensional, strictly neutral, Vlasov-Maxwell equilibrium distribution functions for force-free current sheets, with magnetic fields defined in terms of Jacobian elliptic functions, extending the results of Abraham-Shrauner [Phys.
Plas ()] to allow for non-uniform density and temperature achieve this, we use an approach previously. A detailed discussion is presented of the Vlasov-Maxwell equilibrium for the force-free Harris sheet recently found by Harrison and Neukirch [Phys.
Rev. Lett. ()]. The derivation of the distribution function and a discussion of its general properties and their dependence on the distribution function parameters will be given.
The Vlasov Equation 1 History and General Properties. Posted on by meki. The Vlasov Equation 1 History and General Properties by. Max-Planck-Institutfur Plasma physik, EURATOM Association, D Garching, Federal Republic of Germany (Received 3 October ; accepted 28 February ) A previously derived expression [Phys.
Rev. A 40, ()] for the energy of arbitrary perturbations about arbitrary Vlasov-Maxwell equilibria is transformed into a very compact form. Equilibrium configurations of Vlasov plasmas carrying a current component along an external magnetic field. Exact nonlinear analytic Vlasov-Maxwell tangential equilibria with arbitrary density and temperature profiles.
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Posted on by bapa. The Vlasov Equation 1 History and General Properties by. The work presented below was completed in Since then a number of solutions to (12) were brought to the author's attention. The Walker solu- tion, discovered inwas found in a review article on relativistic beam equilibria by Benford and Book () and represents a large class of two-dimensional configurations.
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A new Poisson-like partial differential equation is obtained for this reconstruction, which can be solved as a spatial initial-value problem in a manner similar to the so-called Grad–Shafranov. Equilibrium configurations of Vlasov plasmas carrying a current component along an external magnetic field.
Exact nonlinear analytic Vlasov-Maxwell tangential equilibria with arbitrary density and temperature profiles. Exact Vlasov-Maxwell equilibria with sheared magnetic fields. Fine structure in current sheaths. A relationship between this hydrodynamic lattice of moments and the two-dimensional Vlasov kinetic equation is found.
In the two-dimensional case, a Hamiltonian hydrodynamic lattice for the Russo–Smereka kinetic model is constructed. Simple hydrodynamic reductions are presented.
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The solutions obtained describe three-dimensional adiabatic expansion of a plasma bunch with arbitrary initial velocity distributions of the electrons and ions. The solution found is illustrated by the examples on ion.coupling between two-dimensional (planar) MHD and Vlasov theory. We will describe its Hamiltonian structure and apply the energy-Casimirmethod to a class of equilibrium states and obtain sufficient conditions for stability.
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