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International Symposium on Waves, Coherent Structures, and Turbulence in Plasmas
International Symposium on Waves, Coherent Structures, and Turbulence in Plasmas (2010 Gandhinagar, India)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Waves, coherent structures, and turbulence in plasmas|
|Statement||editors, A. Sen, S. Sharma, P. N. Guzdar|
|Series||AIP conference proceedings -- 1308, AIP conference proceedings -- no. 1308.|
|Contributions||Sen, A. (Abhijit), 1946-, Sharma, A. Surjalal, 1951-, Guzdar, P. N., American Institute of Physics|
|LC Classifications||QC718.5.W3 I58 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 220 p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||2010915717|
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Computer simulation of coherent structures in turbulent plasmas: Authors: Plasma Turbulence, Plasma-Particle Interactions, Wave Packets, Beam Interactions, High Energy Electrons, Nonlinear Systems, Plasma Oscillations, Relaxation Time, Saturation a stable coherent wave packet is formed near the beam source. The growth of the wave-packet. The main focus of the scientiﬁc program was on plasma waves, instabilities and heating, charge particle acceleration by strong ﬁelds, turbulence and self-organization at multi-scales, strong coupling of ﬂows and ﬁelds, coherent nonlinear structures, nonthermal particle .
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The motion of coherent structures also generates waves that are emitted into the ambient plasma in form of highly oblique compressional and shear Alfven modes. In 3D, modes propagating at other angles can also be generated. This indicates that intermittent plasma turbulence will in general consist of both coherent structures International Symposium on Waves by: International Symposium on Waves, Coherent Structures, and Turbulence in Plasmas: JauaryGandhinagar, India Author: A Sen ; A Surjalal Sharma ; P N Guzdar ; American Institute of Physics.
Get this from a library. International Symposium on Waves, Coherent Structures, and Turbulence in Plasmas, JanuaryGandhinagar, India. [A Sen; A Surjalal Sharma; P N Guzdar; P K Kaw; Institute for Plasma Research (Gāndhīnagar, India); American Institute of Physics.;].
Here we report results from high resolution, fully kinetic simulations of plasma turbulence in both two (2D) and three (3D) dimensions, studying the relationship between intermittency and dissipation.
The simulations show development of turbulent coherent structures, characterized by sheet-like current density structures spanning a range of scales.
An approximate dissipation measure Cited by: Coherent Structures, the discovery by experimentalists of coherent structures in certain turbulent flows. Secondly, the suggestion that strange attractors and other ideas from finite-dimensional dynamical systems theory might play a role in the analysis of the governing : Philip Holmes, John L.
Lumley, Gahl Berkooz, Clarence W. Rowley. The simulations show development of turbulent coherent structures, characterized by sheet-like current density structures spanning a range of scales. An approximate dissipation measure is employed, based on work done by the electromagnetic field in the local electron fluid frame.
The research program detailed by the authors is a very promising approach to the problem of the coherent structures of turbulence. Active turbulence researchers, especially researchers who are mainly focused in the engineering applications of turbulence, will find this book a.
The Joint Varenna-Lausanne International Workshop on Theory of Fusion Plasmas takes place every other year in a place particularly favourable for informal and in depth discussions. Invited and contributed papers present state-of-the-art researches in theoretical plasma physics, covering all domains relevant to fusion plasmas.
Lecture Notes on Turbulence and Coherent Structures in Fluids, Plasmas and Nonlinear Media. This book is based on the lectures delivered at the 19th Canberra International Physics Summer School held at the Australian National University in Canberra (Australia) in January The problem of turbulence and coherent structures is of key importance in many fields of science and engineering.
We are pleased to invite you to submit contributions to a Special Issue of Plasma titled “Instabilities and Turbulence in Magnetized Plasmas”. Plasma instabilities are universally recognized to play a fundamental role in magnetized plasmas, contributing to the determination of different phenomena, ranging from anomalous transport in fusion devices to anomalous ion heating in the solar corona.
The book explains how magnetized plasmas self-organize in states of electromagnetic turbulence that transports particles and energy out of the core plasma faster than anticipated by the fusion scientists designing magnetic confinement systems in the 20th century.
The book focuses on the relation between transition and turbulence in fluids and the importance of this relation for the understanding of many real fluid motions. The selection first elaborates on transition in flow between rotating concentric cylinders, observations in the Taylor experiment, and transition to turbulence in thermal convection.
Coherent Structures in Turbulence J. Lumley 1. INTRODUCTION. During the past decade there has been a very active An excellent reference for the existence of organized interest in coherent structures The general awareness of this work is the paper of Cantwell ().
structures in turbulent motions can probably be traced to the work of Townsend (), who referred to a " double structure.
Plasma, USA International Speaker American Physical Society Providence, RI, USA JanuaryInternational Symposium On Waves, Coherent Structures & Turbulence in Plasmas International Paper presenter Institute for Plasma Research, Gandhinagar Gandhinagar December25th National Symposium on Plasma Science and Technology.
Complex plasma - the plasma state of soft matter. In A. Sen, S. Sharma, & P. Guzdar (Eds.), International Symposium on Waves, Coherent Structures and Turbulence in Plasmas. The main goal of this mini-symposium was to present recent developments in both fundamental aspects and dynamical analysis of turbulence in nonlinear waves and fusion plasmas.
The present volume entitled "Perspectives in Turbulence Stud ies" is dedicated to Dr. Ing. Julius C. Rotta in honour of his 75th birthday. Rotta, born on January 1,started his outstanding career in an unusual way, namely in a drawing office ( - ). At the same time he.
A main motivation was the attempt to relate more closely the theoretical un derstanding of MHD waves and turbulence (both weak and strong) with the most recent observations in space plasmas. Some papers also bring interesting new insights into the evolution of hydrodynamic or magnetohydrodynamic structures, based on systematic asymptotic methods.
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A. SHARMA of University of Maryland, College Park, MD (UMD, UMCP, University of Maryland College Park) | Read publications | Contact A. SHARMA.Results also show that a turbulence transition of a thermal plasma jet through a generation-breakup process of eddies in a torch is dominated by fluid dynamic instability after ejection rather than non-uniform or unsteady phenomena.
Keywords: thermal plasma, turbulent flow, modelling, computational method, coherent structure.Abstract. Exact coherent structures are three-dimensional, nonlinear traveling wave solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations.
These solutions are typically unstable from onset, yet they capture the basic statistical and structural features of low Reynolds number turbulent shear flows remarkably well.