Particle simulation of the potential formation across the magnetic filter

Naitou, Hiroshi; Fukumasa, Osamu; Sakachou, Kouji
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p1149
Academic Journal
Studies the potential formation across the magnetic filter (MF) using the two-and-one-half-dimensional electrostatic particle simulation. Influence of MF strength on electron dynamics; Role of collisionless anomalous diffusion of electrons; Controllability of the plasma potential of the diffused plasma.


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