# Fluid model for relativistic, magnetized plasmas

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- Toroidal magnetic field in pulsars. Sedrakian, D. M.; Krikorian, R. // Astrophysics;Oct2006, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p523
The differential rotation of plasma in the core of pulsars (Î©s â‰ Î©e) generates convective currents increasing with time which in turn generates the toroidal magnetic field. To avoid difficulties of physical interpretation inherent to the theory of general relativity we have adopted...

- Neutron Emission Generated in the Collision of Plasma Flows in the Presence of an External Magnetic Field. Dudkin, G. N.; Nechaev, B. A.; Padalko, V. N.; Bystritsky, V. M.; V Gerasimov, V.; Kublikov, R. V.; Parzhitsky, S. S.; Stolupin, V. L.; Vozniak, J.; Veretel’nik, V. I.; Furman, É. G. // Plasma Physics Reports;
Results are presented from experimental studies of the neutron emission generated in the collision of deuterium plasma flows produced in discharges in crossed EÃ—H fields and propagating in opposite directions in a neutral gas across an external magnetic field. It is shown that the...

- Adiabatic change in the Smoluchowski equation: Orientational diffusion of polar particles. Jones, R. B. // Journal of Chemical Physics;7/15/2003, Vol. 119 Issue 3, p1517
A system described by a Smoluchowski equation in configuration space is subject to slow change of external fields. The distribution function is studied by expanding it in instantaneous eigenfunctions of the adjoint Smoluchowski operator leading to an adiabatic approximation for the distribution...

- Electron heat flux constraints in the solar wind. Peter Gary, S.; Skoug, Ruth M.; Daughton, William // Physics of Plasmas;Jun99, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p2607
Analyzes plasma and magnetic field data from February and March 1995 of the Ulysses mission in terms of the core/halo electron model to yield scaling relations of dimensionless electron parameters and empirical upper bounds on the dimensional heat flux. Similarity of empirical bounds and...

- Conventional solar flare theory re-examined. Sudan, R.N.; Spicer, D.S. // Physics of Plasmas;May97, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p1929
Revisits the fundamental paradigm underlying conventional solar flare theory. Objection to the hypothesis that the required free energy can be stored in situ at the requisite density in the corona in nonpotential magnetic fields by the action of photospheric convection motion; Storage of...

- I. First-order calculation of the pressure tensor for cylindrical, Z-pinch plasmas. Whitney, K. G. // Physics of Plasmas;Feb2000, Vol. 7 Issue 2
Calculations of the pressure tensor in a two-dimensional (2D), Z-pinch geometry are presented that extend calculations previously published [K. G. Whitney, Phys. Plasmas 6, 816 (1999)], which dealt with a spherical, Inertial Confinement Fusion geometry. In a cylindrically symmetric [(r,z)]...

- Resistive magnetohydrodynamic model for cylindrical plasma expansion in a magnetic field. Nersisyan, H. B.; Sargsyan, K. A.; Osipyan, D. A.; Sargsyan, M. V. // Physics of Plasmas;Mar2013, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p032114
The study of hot plasma expansion in a magnetic field is of interest for many laboratory and astrophysical applications. In this paper, an exactly solvable analytical model is proposed for an expanding resistive plasma in an external magnetic field in the regime in which the magnetic field does...

- Auroral acceleration in astrophysical plasmas. Haerendel, Gerhard // Physics of Plasmas;May2001, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p2365
The essentials of the auroral acceleration process are summarized, and a simple set of relations is derived which enables the analysis of parallel potential drops and related parameters in relevant astrophysical systems. The main condition for the occurrence of such potential drops is the...

- Propeller Effect during Magnetocentrifugal Plasma Acceleration. Bogovalov, S. V. // Astronomy Letters;Mar2001, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p176
We study the effect of magnetic-field axial asymmetry on the magnetocentrifugal acceleration of plasma when it flows in a source's rotating magnetosphere (propeller effect). For an axisymmetric steady plasma flow, the first corrections to the energy that arise when the source rotates slowly are...