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Wang, G., Wang, X., Xianjun, Y. och Weiland, J. (2017) *Effect of collisions on drift instabilities in a field reversed configuration under conditions of magneto-inertial fusion*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Wang2017,

author={Wang, Guanqiong and Wang, Xiaoguang and Xianjun, Yang and Weiland, Jan},

title={Effect of collisions on drift instabilities in a field reversed configuration under conditions of magneto-inertial fusion},

journal={Physics of Plasmas},

issn={1070-664X},

volume={24},

issue={6},

pages={Art. no. 062704},

abstract={Drift instabilities in a field reversed configuration are studied under conditions of magneto-inertial fusion (MIF). Specifically, the collisional effect is taken into account because of high-density plasmas in MIF where the drift wave frequency is smaller than the electron-ion collision frequency.
Dispersion relations are based on the two fluid equations including the collisional terms; meanwhile, the electromagnetic effect is also considered due to high b values (b is the ratio of plasma pressure to magnetic pressure). It is found that in the limit of low b, the behavior of instabilities described by the dispersion relations in the present paper would become like drift instabilities in tokamaks, where beta similöar to 0.1 Therefore, in the MIF case, electromagnetic drift instabilities could be driven by electron-ion collisions due to the charge separation effect. The collisions also bring the phase difference between the perturbed density and the potential perturbation, which is significant for the particle transport. },

year={2017},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 250998

A1 Wang, Guanqiong

A1 Wang, Xiaoguang

A1 Xianjun, Yang

A1 Weiland, Jan

T1 Effect of collisions on drift instabilities in a field reversed configuration under conditions of magneto-inertial fusion

YR 2017

JF Physics of Plasmas

SN 1070-664X

VO 24

IS 6

AB Drift instabilities in a field reversed configuration are studied under conditions of magneto-inertial fusion (MIF). Specifically, the collisional effect is taken into account because of high-density plasmas in MIF where the drift wave frequency is smaller than the electron-ion collision frequency.
Dispersion relations are based on the two fluid equations including the collisional terms; meanwhile, the electromagnetic effect is also considered due to high b values (b is the ratio of plasma pressure to magnetic pressure). It is found that in the limit of low b, the behavior of instabilities described by the dispersion relations in the present paper would become like drift instabilities in tokamaks, where beta similöar to 0.1 Therefore, in the MIF case, electromagnetic drift instabilities could be driven by electron-ion collisions due to the charge separation effect. The collisions also bring the phase difference between the perturbed density and the potential perturbation, which is significant for the particle transport.

LA eng

DO 10.1063/1.4985079

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4985079

OL 30