Numerical simulation of plasmas / Y.N. Dnestrovskii, D.P. KostomarovMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Original language: Russian Series: Springer Series in Computational PhysicsCopyright date: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag , 1986Edition: First EditionDescription: xiv, 304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN: 9783642825941Uniform titles: Matematicheskoe modelirovanie plazmy. English Subject(s): Plasma (Ionized gases) -- Mathematical models | Plasma (gases ionizados) -- Modelos matemáticosDDC classification: 530.440724 LOC classification: QC718 | .D6413 1986
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Revised translation of: Matematicheskoe modelirovanie plazmy.
Bibliography: p. -299.
Controlled Fusion and Numerical Simulation -- Simulation of Kinetic Processes Involving Coulomb Interaction -- Simulation of MHD Processes -- Transport Models -- Hybrid Models.
This book is devoted to mathematical modeling of tokamak plasma. Since the appearance in 1982 of the first edition (in Russian), a considerable amount of experimental and theoretical material on tokamak research has been accumu lated. The new-generation devices, viz. , TFTR, JET and JT-60 were put into operation. The first experiments on these units have confirmed the correctness of the basic physical concepts underlying their construction. Experiments on plasma heating with the help of neutral beams and high-frequency (HF) waves on previous generation devices made it possible to obtain high-P plasmas. The number of "medium-size" tokamaks in operation has increased. New experi mental results and advances in the theory have led to more complicated and perfected models of high-temperature plasma.