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Introduction to Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion. Authors; (view affiliations) Front Matter. Pages i-xii. PDF · Introduction. Francis F. Chen. Pages PDF. The famous textbook “Plasma Physics for Controlled Nuclear Fusion” by K. It was the first comprehensive textbook on fusion plasma Introduction. Introduction to Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion Plasma Physics - Francis F . Chen - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online.

Chemical Kinetics and Surface Processes -- Particle and Energy Balance in Discharges -- Capacitive Discharges -- Inductive Discharges -- Wave-Heated Discharges -- DC Discharges -- Etching -- Summary Authored by two internationally respected pioneers in the field, this book offers a fully integrated, pedagogically consistent presentation of the fundamental physics and chemistry of partially ionized, chemically reactive, low-pressure plasmas and their roles in a wide range of plasma discharges and processes used in thin film processing applications - especially in the fabrication of integrated circuits.

With many fully worked examples, practice exercises, and clear demonstrations of the relationship of plasma parameters to external control parameters and processing results, this book combines the best qualities of a student text and a professional resource. Subject Plasma dynamics. Thin films -- Surfaces.

Plasma etching. Plasma chemistry. Other author Lichtenberg, Allan J. ISBN 3. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p. Subject Plasma Ionized gases Plasma engineering. Other author Kennedy, Lawrence A. Gurnett and A. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Characteristic parameters of a plasma -- 3. Single particle motions -- 4.

Waves in a cold plasma -- 5. Kinetic theory and the moment equations -- 6. Magnetohydrodynamics -- 7. Discontinuities and shock waves -- 8. Electrostatic waves in a hot unmagnetized plasma -- 9.

Waves in a hot magnetized plasma -- Non-linear effects -- Collisional processes -- App. Symbols -- App.

Vector differential operators -- App. Vector calculus identities. Summary "The emphasis of this text is on basic plasma theory, with applications to both space and laboratory plasmas. All mathematical concepts beyond those normally covered in an advanced calculus course are fully explained. It can also serve as a resource book on the basic principles of plasma physics. Subject Plasma Ionized gases Space plasmas. Other author Bhattacharjee, A.

Amitava , ISBN pbk. Goldston and Rutherford Author Goldston, R. Goldston and Paul H. Introduction to plasmas -- Unit 1. Single-Particle Motion. Particle drifts in uniform fields. Particle drifts in non-uniform magnetic fields.

Particle drifts in time-dependent fields. Mappings -- Unit 2. Plasmas as Fluids. Fluid equations for a plasma.

Relation between fluid equations and guiding-center drifts. Single-fluid magnetohydrodynamics. Magnetohydrodynamic equilibrium -- Unit 3. Collisional Processes in Plasmas. Fully and partially ionized plasmas. Collisions in fully ionized plasmas. Diffusion in plasmas.

The Fokker-Planck equation for Coulomb collisions. Collisions of fast ions in a plasma -- Unit 4. Waves in a Fluid Plasma. Basic concepts of small-amplitude waves in anisotropic dispersive media. Waves in an unmagnetized plasma. High-frequency waves in a magnetized plasma. Low-frequency waves in a magnetized plasma -- Unit 5.

Instabilities in a Fluid Plasma. The Rayleigh-Taylor and flute instabilities. The resistive tearing instability. Waves in a cold plasma -- 5. Kinetic theory and the moment equations -- 6.

Magnetohydrodynamics -- 7.

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Discontinuities and shock waves -- 8. Electrostatic waves in a hot unmagnetized plasma -- 9. Waves in a hot magnetized plasma -- Non-linear effects -- Collisional processes -- App. Symbols -- App. Vector differential operators -- App. Vector calculus identities. Summary "The emphasis of this text is on basic plasma theory, with applications to both space and laboratory plasmas. All mathematical concepts beyond those normally covered in an advanced calculus course are fully explained.

It can also serve as a resource book on the basic principles of plasma physics. Subject Plasma Ionized gases Space plasmas.

Other author Bhattacharjee, A. Goldston and Rutherford Author Goldston, R. Goldston and Paul H. Publisher Bristol, UK ; Philadelphia: Institute of Physics Pub.

Introduction to plasmas -- Unit 1. Single-Particle Motion. Particle drifts in uniform fields. Particle drifts in non-uniform magnetic fields. Particle drifts in time-dependent fields.

Mappings -- Unit 2. Plasmas as Fluids. Fluid equations for a plasma. Relation between fluid equations and guiding-center drifts.

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Single-fluid magnetohydrodynamics. Magnetohydrodynamic equilibrium -- Unit 3. Collisional Processes in Plasmas. Fully and partially ionized plasmas. Collisions in fully ionized plasmas.

Diffusion in plasmas. The Fokker-Planck equation for Coulomb collisions. Collisions of fast ions in a plasma -- Unit 4. Waves in a Fluid Plasma. Basic concepts of small-amplitude waves in anisotropic dispersive media. Waves in an unmagnetized plasma. High-frequency waves in a magnetized plasma. Low-frequency waves in a magnetized plasma -- Unit 5. Instabilities in a Fluid Plasma. The Rayleigh-Taylor and flute instabilities. The resistive tearing instability. Drift waves and instabilities -- Unit 6.

Kinetic Theory of Plasmas. The Vlasov equation. Kinetic effects on plasma waves: Vlasov's treatment.

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Landau's treatment. Velocity-space instabilities and nonlinear theory. The drift-kinetic equation and kinetic drift waves -- App.

Physical quantities and their SI units -- App. Equations in the SI system -- App. Physical constants -- App. Useful vector formulae -- App. Differential operators in cartesian and curvilinear coordinates. Dendy Title Plasma physics: Publisher Cambridge [England] ; New York: Dendy -- 1. Hastie -- 2. Elliott -- 3. Dougherty -- 4. Hopcraft -- 5. Haas -- 6. Mullin -- 7. Eastwood -- 8. O'Brien and D. Robinson -- 9. Space plasma physics. Bingham -- Hood -- Binney -- Bell -- Johnson -- Stringer -- Plasma Dynamics -- 5.

Assumed Knowledge: 8 credit points of Intermediate Mathematics. Electrostatic waves in a hot unmagnetized plasma -- 9.

Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p. Subject Plasma Ionized gases Magnetohydrodynamics. Fluid equations for a plasma. Differential operators in cartesian and curvilinear coordinates.