2 edition of Guilding-center Hamiltonian for figure-8 particles in axisymmetric field-reversed configuration found in the catalog.
Guilding-center Hamiltonian for figure-8 particles in axisymmetric field-reversed configuration
Harry E. Mynick
by Dept. of Energy, Plasma Physics Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Princeton, N.J, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Harry E. Mynick, Plasma Physics Laboratory, Princeton University.|
|Series||PPPL ; 1576, PPPL (Series) -- 1576.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Energy., Princeton University. Plasma Physics Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
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Get this from a library. Guilding-center Hamiltonian for figure-8 particles in axisymmetric field-reversed configuration. [Harry E Mynick; United States. Department of Energy.; Princeton University. Plasma Physics Laboratory.].
The guiding-center Hamiltonian K is derived for so-called ’’figure-8’’ particles which are present in field-reversed mirror configurations, using a formalism developed previously.
Guiding-center Hamiltonian for figure-8 particles in axisymmetric field-reversed configurations: Sept. Physics of Fluids Vol. 23(9), pp. - article: URL: Nakata, S. & Sekiguchi, T. Formation of a nearly spherical field-reversed configuration: /02/ Physics of Fluids Vol.
28(2), pp. - 8: article: URL. Hamiltonian form of the guiding center equations for axisymmetric case Although the Lagrangian written for generalized coordinates a, θ, φ of a particle conserves the particle energy E = H and, in a case of symmetry, the corresponding canonical momentum, it does not have the Hamiltonian form because of the presence of P a a ̇ : Xujing Li, Leonid E.
Zakharov. Heating of figure-8 orbit ions by odd-parity rotating magnetic fields (RMF(O)) applied to an elongated field-reversed configuration (FRC) is investigated. On the Almost Axisymmetric Flows with Forcing Terms Marc Sedjro joint work with Michael Cullen. RWTH Aachen University October 7, Outline I Analysis of the Hamiltonian of Almost Axisymmetric Flows.
I A Toy Model. I Challenges in the study of the Almost Axisymmetric Flows with Forcing Terms. Outline I Analysis of the Hamiltonian of Almost. Chapter 9 – Axisymmetric Elements Learning Objectives • To review the basic concepts and theory of elasticity equations for axisymmetric behavior.
• To derive the axisymmetric element stiffness matrix, body force, and surface traction equations. • To demonstrate the solution of an axisymmetricFile Size: 1MB. In case of axisymmetric systems (tokamaks) the guiding center motion is fully integrable, because there exist three integrals of motion, which fully determine each orbit in the 5D phase space: The total energy w, magnetic moment and the canonical.
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The effect of collisions in particle space and in the transformed guiding-center space, indicated by the primed axes. It is clear that while in the particle space the particle is kicked from one Hamiltonian trajectory to another only in the velocity (momentum) space, in guiding-center.
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In the perspective of response of magnetic configuration, the corresponding energy distributions of lost particles are presented in figure 8. In the No RMP case, White R.B. and Chance M.S. Hamiltonian guiding center drift orbit calculation for plasmas of arbitrary cross section Phys.
Fluids 27 – On the basis of the guiding center Hamiltonian formulation of the particle's motion in the presence of a mode with toroidal mode number n and frequency ω = 2πf, one obtains the relationship For a single mode, variations in E and P ζ for particles satisfying equation (1) (given a specific constant on the right-hand side [ 15 ]) are thus Cited by: The physics of magnetically confined plasmas has had much of its development as part of the program to develop fusion energy and is an important Author: Allen H.
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and E, are the components of the potential gradient, and e and m are the charge and mass of the : A.A. Trubitsyn. The contribution of an n = 4 even non-axisymmetric magnetic perturbation on the same surface is shown in figure The field strength is normalized to B 0 = T for the equilibrium used above.
It is shown that the non-axisymmetric magnetic perturbation-induced TF field ripple level is in the same order as that contributed by the TF by: I have a simple axisymmetric simulation: cylinder with ends as inlet and outlet - and an additional inlet that is a separated part of side cylinder surface, just a winded rectangle it would be in 3D.
No problems converting to 2D, setting Axis boundary condition. mined by the geometry of the interacting particles. Since in contemporary physics the atoms - geo metry is not specified, as an example, their axisymmetric models are studied. They consist of posi- tively charged nucleus and symmetrically arranged on.
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For conﬁguration C82, six. C.Z. Cheng, Kinetic extensions of magnetohydrodynamics for axisymmetric toroidal plasmas 21 where Sm(r) is the cubic spline approximation of ~m(For the given values of ~m(T) at the N grid points, eq. () is not uniquely defined because there are N + 2 parameters ~rnk~ Uniqueness is obtained by imposing two boundary conditions for Sm(r), and Cited by:.
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