non-neutral plasma, equilibrium, tilted magnetic field, linear peturbation expansion, perturbed velocity
A linear perturbation expansion has been found that allows the rapid and accurate calculation of the response of a non-neutral plasma to a tilted magnetic field. The results of the calculation have been found to agree with previous three-dimensional equilibrium calculations, and also to agree with Keinigs' [Phys. Fluids 24, 860 (1981)] calculation of zero-frequency resonances caused by magnetic field errors. This expansion also allows the perturbed velocity to be calculated. It is speculated that this perturbed flow may be related to the enhanced radial transport in a non-neutral plasma with a tilted magnetic field.
Original Publication Citation
Spencer, R. L. and G. W. Hart."Linear theory of non-neutral plasma equilibrium in a tilted magnetic field." Physics of Fluids B: Plasma Physics 4 (1992): 357-3512.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Spencer, Ross L. and Hart, Grant W., "Linear theory of non-neutral plasma equilibrium in a tilted magnetic field" (1992). Faculty Publications. 712.
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Physics and Astronomy
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