Multi-fluid Plasma Modelling
Contemporary plasma fusion experiments use significant power injection for plasma heating. The injected power selectively heats only part of the plasma, which then transfers its energy to the rest of the plasma through collisions. Continuous power injection gives rise to a dynamic equilibrium whereby part of the plasma has a higher energy than the bulk of the plasma. Current plasma fluid treatments assume that the velocity distribution of each particle species is described by a...[Show more]
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