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Fluctuations and non-linear wave interactions in plasmas

A. G. Sitenko

Fluctuations and non-linear wave interactions in plasmas

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Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plasma electrodynamics.,
  • Nonlinear theories.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A.G. Sitenko ; translated by O.D. Kocherga.
    SeriesInternational series in natural philosophy ;, v. 107
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC718.5.E4 S5813 1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 262 p. :
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4116690M
    ISBN 100080250513
    LC Control Number80041990

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Fluctuations and Non-linear Wave Interactions in Plasmas talks about a theory of fluctuations in a homogenous plasma.

The title takes into consideration non-linear wave interactions. The text first presents the statistical description of plasma, and then proceeds to covering non-linear electrodynamic equations. After expounding on the quasilinear theory, which describes the effects of the first approximation in terms of the plasma wave energy, the nonlinear interaction of waves and particles is considered.

The last three chapters explore the theory of electromagnetic fluctuations in a plasma; the theory of scattering processes and the transformation of waves in a plasma; and the scattering of charged particles in a plasma.

Nonlinear Wave Interaction and Fluctuations in Plasmas A. Sitenko Institute for Theoretical Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Ukranian SSR, Kiev, USSR Received J I Abstract Basic principles are formulated of the non-linear fluctuation theory which is applied to study the electromagnetic fluctuations in a nonequi.

Basic principles are formulated of the non-linear fluctuation theory which is applied to study the electromagnetic fluctuations in a nonequilibrium (in particular, close to the instability range) plasma and their time evolution; peculiar features of the fluctuation spectra associated with particle collisions and non-linear wave interactions are discussed; resonances in non-linear plasmas and Cited by: Fluctuations and non-linear wave interactions in plasmas: Authors: Sitenko, A.

Affiliation: AA(Akademiia Nauk Ukrainskoi SSR, Institut Teoreticheskoi Fiziki, Kiev, Ukrainian SSR) Publication: Translation of Fluktuatsii i nelineinoe vzaimodeistvie voln v plazme.

Title: Book-Review - Fluctuation of Non-Linear Wave Interactions in Plasmas: Authors: Sitenko, A. G.; Mann, G. Publication: Astronomische Nachrichten, Vol. Issue. Topics of nonlinear theory and fluctuations are also discussed, giving attention to nonlinear waves in a collisionless plasma, the theory of plasma oscillations in the quasi-linear approximation, questions concerning nonlinear wave-particle interactions, fluctuations in a plasma, the scattering and the transformation of waves in a plasma, and the scattering of charged particles in a plasma.

Electromagnetic fluctuations in a nonequilibrium plasma are investigated taking into account nonlinear wave interactions. The spectral distribution of stationary field fluctuations is determined and the possibility of induced fluctuation enhancement by external fields is : A.

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