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Theory of the pulse response from a small antenna in a magnetized plasma
Crockett L. Grabbe
|Statement||by Crockett L. Grabbe.|
|Series||NASA CR -- 185454., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-185454.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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This invited lecture presents the main physical problems met during studies of dense (>10 16 cm −3) plasma influenced by strong magnetic fields, i.e. when ion cyclotron motions are weakly disturbed by electron–ion es of high-current pulsed discharges of the Z-pinch and plasma-focus (PF) type, which can produce dense magnetized plasma (DMP) are presented.
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National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. The covariant (4-tensor) theory for relativistic quantum plasmas presented in the first volume is generalized to magnetized plasma in this second volume.
The first four chapters are concerned with classical theory, including covariant forms of cold-plasma, MHD and kinetic theory and the theory of gyromagnetic : Paperback.
Electronmagnetohydrodynamic response of a plasma to an external current pulse. tron dynamics is important and the magnetized plasma. the diffusive response expected when a current pulse is ap. We analyze specific features of slow quasi-static waves excited in the low-hybrid frequency band by a source whose dimensions are much smaller than electromagnetic wavelength.
Main attention in this paper is given to an analysis of emission of harmonic signals by a dipole source in pulsed mode. First, the issue of influence of electromagnetic, thermal, and Author: E.
Shirokov, Yu. Chugunov. PhD in Applied Physics, Caltech, Contact. About. Theory for Plasma Rocket Propulsion. Theory of the pulse response from a small antenna in a magnetized plasma, appendix Antenna parameters of plasma antenna and equivalent metallic copper antenna are studied.
By changing the operating parameters a single plasma antenna (plasma column) can be transformed into multiple antenna elements (striations), which can be treated as a phased array broadside vertical plasma : Paperback.
We consider the problem of radiation from a traveling-wave antenna in a warm electron plasma which moves along a strong magnetic field at a constant velocity. To describe the electromagnetic properties of the plasma, we use the diagonal tensor of dielectric permittivity, which is calculated for a magnetized plasma with the Maxwellian electron velocity distribution Author: D.
Bareev, V. Gavrilenko, V. Pikulin. Definition. Plasma is a state of matter in which an ionized gaseous substance becomes highly electrically conductive to the point that long-range electric and magnetic fields dominate the behaviour of the matter. The plasma state can be contrasted with the other states: solid, liquid, and gas.
Plasma is an electrically neutral medium of unbound positive and negative particles. plasma by the self field of the driving current lies in the fact that the plasma fl varies from 0 to _ over the thickness of the plasma current sheet.
Thus, while the upstream (rear) part of the plasma may be strongly magnetized so that it can be 'dammed' by the magnetic field, the downstream (frontal) part of the plasma is at. In a recent article [Niknam et al., Phys.
Plas ()], Niknam et al. investigated the propagation of TM surface waves on a semi-bounded quantum magnetized collisional plasma in the Faraday configuration (in this case, the magnetic field is parallel to the both of the plasma surface and direction of propagation).
cylinder surrounded by an antenna and a system of solenoids: the former generates and heats the plasma while the lat-ter conﬁnes it. At the end of the cylinder, there is the plasma exhaust ﬂow which can be accelerated through a magnetic nozzle in order to obtain thrust 1.
Plasma Physics Applied (New Book) C Grabbe. APS March Meeting Abstracts 1, Theory of the pulse response from a small antenna in a magnetized plasma. CL Grabbe: Wave emissions from planetary magnetospheres. Final report, 1 June May ABSTRACT: Plasma is on of the advanced technology in semi conducting materials.
Scientists states that 99% of the universe is covered with plasma. Plasma Antenna is a special type of antenna in which metal conducting elements of conventional antenna are replaced by plasma.
Its 4th state of matter similar to gas. It employs inonized gas. REVIEW ARTICLE Electric probes for plasmas: The link between theory and instrument V. Demidov, S. Ratynskaia, and K. Rypdal Department of Physics, University of Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway ~Received 18 May ; accepted for publication 7 July.
Electric probe methods for diagnostics of plasmas are reviewed with emphasis on the link File Size: KB. Interaction of an Antenna With a Hot Plasma and the Theory of Resonance Probesl J.
Fejer Contribution From the Southwest Center for Advanced Studies, Post Office BoxDallas, Texas (Received ; revised J ) The impedance and the radiation field in the surrou nding hot plasma are calculated for.
Using x-ray spectroscopy, we demonstrate the existence of –6 keV electrons in a low-pressure, low-power, magnetized plasma source, heated by an external radio-frequency antenna located at one end of an axisymmetric tandem : P.
Jandovitz, C. Swanson, J. Matteucci, R. Oliver, J. Pearcy, S. Cohen. La notion de plasma a été introduite en physique au début des années Dans un premier temps, le plasma a été utilisé comme un élément rayonnant pour transmettre des signaux ,le concept d’antenne plasma a été breveté par by: 1.
Plasma antennas refer to a wide variety of antenna concepts that incorporate some use of an ionized medium. This study summarizes the basic theory behind the operation of plasma antennas based on a survey of patents and technical publications.
M ethods of exciting and confining plasmas are discussed, and the current state of the art in. As Figure 3 illustrated, represents free space around the plasma antenna.
The plasma antenna is fed by coaxial cable. The parameters and are inner and outer radius of coaxial cable with the ratio of to ensure that the characteristic impedance is 50 Ω.
represents the length of plasma antenna tube. By using the FDTD approach together with the theory in Section 2, we study the near Cited by: 2. Production of magnetized inductively coupled plasma with external helical antenna was discussed. The z-component of ion temperature T i∥ was measured by a directional analyzer with high angular resolution of about degree.
It was revealed that with increasing gas pressure p, T i∥ decreased from to eV. This tendency has been already encountered such as Author: Ilarion Mihaila, Yasunori Ohtsu, Hiroharu Fujita. An effective heating method and experimental verification for a field-reversed configuration (FRC) plasma by applying the low-frequency magnetic pulse is presented.
The low-frequency magnetic field is applied by an antenna that consists of two single-turn coils, and the frequency of the magnetic field is lower than the ion cyclotron frequency at the by: Modelling of plasma-antenna coupling and non-linear radio frequency wave-plasma-wall interactions in the magnetized plasma device under ion cyclotron range of frequencies by: LingFengLu Board of examiners for public PhD defence on December 2nd, Prof.
Michel Vergnat Chair-ULorraine Prof. Rik Van de Walle Co-chair-UGent Prof. NongXiang Cited by: 3. This is demonstrated with a fluid perturbation theory. A compact dispersion relation for parametric instabilities in unmagnetized plasma is heuristically extended here to the case of a magnetized plasma.
This dispersion relation gives the correct results in a variety of circumstances of interest in considering electron cyclotron heating. Physics Department, Chamberlin Hall University of Wisconsin-Madison University Avenue Madison, WI A T pulsed magnetic field generator device which can generate a T pulsed magnetic field by a single-turn coil with a 3 mm diameter was designed to study the coupling of laser-produced plasma and strong magnetic fields is described.
An kA current pulse is discharged into the coil by a pulsed-power system composed of 20 capacitors of 5 Author: Xiao Yu, Xiao Yu, Weibin Xi, Zhimin Liu, Yulong Kuang, Yulong Kuang, Hang Li, Hang Li, Xing Fu, Xufe. plasma source and magnetic nozzle followed by descriptions of the vacuum facility used to create the proper conditions and plasma diagnostics needed to measure the plasma.
VASIMR VX Engine The VASIMR engine is a high-power electric propulsion system capable of varying the thrust and speciﬁc impulse, while operating at a ﬁxed input power. An Improved TEM Antenna Designing Used in Electromagnetic Pulse Directed Radiation Hang Li1 and Shoulin Yin2, * Abstract—As we all know, traditional transmission electromagnetic pulse simulator has restricted test space problem.
This paper proposes a new directed radiation fast rising time electromagnetic pulseCited by: 4. vanishes during the voltage sweep.
The plasma potentials obtained from the ISP match Φ p measured with an emissive probe over a wide range of plasma conditions in a small magnetized plasma. Introduction and motivation: Knowledge of plasma potential is crucial in determining behaviour of tokamak plasmas.
Plasma Antenna uses ionized gas as counducting material. The ionized gas is enclosed in a tube or enclosure. The gas is ionized only for the time of transmission or reception, 3 PLASMA ANTENNA. DESIGN Plasma Antenna contains: An enclosed chamber Composition capable of forming plasma.
At least three energizing points to form electromagnetic. magnetized plasma, plasma region, sheath region, plasma-sheath equation, 1. Introduction Neutral beam injection (NBI) using negative ion source is one of the most promising method of heating plasma confined magnetically in Tokamak.
Plasma in a negative ion source is confined by a cusp magnetic field in order to reduce plasma loss on the wall. Trials of RF plasma production The side and internal loop antennae were positioned at zD90 and 60 cm, respectively, where zwas taken from the inner left surface of the vacuum chamber along the centre axis.
The plasma was operated in argon gas, with a pressure P0 in the range –16 mTorr, and plasma parameters were measured by movable Langmuir probes inserted. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE, VOL. 32, NO. 1, FEBRUARY Physical Characteristics of Plasma Antennas John Phillip Rayner, Adrian Philip Whichello, Member, IEEE, and Andrew Desmond Cheetham, Member, IEEE Abstract—Thisexperimentalandtheoretical studyexaminesthe excitation of a plasma antenna using an argon surface wave dis.
The plasma antenna is an emerging technology that partially or fully utilizes ionized gas as the conducting medium instead of metal to create an antenna. The key advantages of plasma antennas are that they are highly reconfigurable and can be turned on and off.
The disadvantage is that the plasma antennas require energy to be ionized. 4 Advancing Magnetic Fusion Toward an Economical Energy Source. While construction and operation of a burning plasma experiment is a critical next step to the development of magnetic fusion energy, further research is needed to improve and fully enable the fusion power system.
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This comprehensive treatment of the physics of small-amplitude waves in hot magnetized plasmas provides an update of the author's "Theory of Plasma Waves". New topics covered include quasi-linear theory, inhomogenous plasmas, collisions, absolute and convective instability, and mode conversion.
The book is aimed at graduate and advanced. Standing wave effect on plasma distribution in an inductively coupled plasma source with a short antenna To cite this article: Seok-Hwan Lee et al J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 47 View the article online for updates and enhancements.
Related content A new inductively coupled plasma source design Marwan H Khater and Lawrence J Overzet. Yoshimura S. et al., lntemal Magnetic Probe Measurement in Heating Experiment of FRC Plasma by Low-Frequency Magnetic Pulse-o r-: 2,CIt.
0-t -z 2 2 2 (a) (b) of the measurement show that the excited magnetic oscillation has a strong component in the azimuthal direction.
In addition, the distance between the magnetic probes and the magnetic pulse coils is so far that no. PHYSICS OF RADIO-FREQUENCY PLASMAS Low-temperature radio-frequency (RF) plasmas are essential in various sectors The book incorporates a cutting-edge perspective on RF plasmas.
It also cov- Response times 97 Ion dynamics Electron dynamics Analytical models of (high-frequency) RF sheaths a AN Linear theory of quantum two-stream instability in a magnetized plasma with a transverse wiggler magnetic field, Laser and Particle Beams 32 (03), ().
The third part presents an overview of applications ranging from covariant theory of plasma response, thermalization of relativistic plasma, comptonization in static and moving media to kinetics of self-gravitating systems, cosmological structure formation and neutrino emission during the gravitational by: 8.magnetized plasma.
Analytical results are presented for the case of waves propagating in weakly magnetized plasma. It is shown that polarization e ects are manifested as a precession of the wave polarization and as a polarization-driven bending of the GO ray trajectories.
Numerical simulations are presented for the case.What is a plasma antenna? A plasma antenna is a column of ionized gas in which the free electrons emit, absorb and reflect radio signals just as the free electrons in a metal antenna.
Why use a plasma antenna? 1 The plasma antenna can be made to appear and disappear in milliseconds1. The plasma antenna can be made to appear and disappear in.