Technique for analysis of interparticle interaction in nonideal dissipative systems with isotropic pair potentials

Vaulina, O. S.; Lisin, E. A.
November 2009
Physics of Plasmas;Nov2009, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p113702
Academic Journal
A new technique for determining interaction forces between the particles in nonideal dissipative systems with isotropic pair potentials is presented. This technique is based on solving of the inverse problem describing movement of dust particles by a system of Langevin equations. Numerical simulations in a wide range of the parameters typical for dusty plasma experiments were performed to verify the solutions of inverse problem.


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