# Pressure, chaotic magnetic fields, and magnetohydrodynamic equilibria

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Nonlinear simulations based on the magnetohydrodynamic model have been executed to reveal the dynamics of the ballooning mode in the spherical tokamak plasma. The simulation results have reproduced the characteristic features of the edge-localized mode crash phase, where the filamentary...

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The decay of vortices in flows of an electrically conducting fluid in the presence of a magnetic field is studied. Two flow configurations are considered: 1) flow in a double array of vortices; 2) flow behind a two-dimensional grid. It is found that in the presence of a uniform transverse...

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The present note consists, the effects of thermal diffusion and chemical reaction on MHD flow of dusty viscous incompressible, electrically conducting fluid between two vertical heated, porous, parallel plates with heat source/sink. The plate temperature is raised linearly with time and...