Advances in Magnetohydrodynamics. Proceedings of a by I. A. McGrath, R. G. Siddall, M. W. Thring

By I. A. McGrath, R. G. Siddall, M. W. Thring

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Under these conditions, and with no external electric or magnetic fields, the kinetic temperatures (that is, temperatures defined in terms of the random velocities of the particles by the relationship \mv^ = ZjlkT) of the electrons, ions and any neutral particles may be assumed equal. Before acceleration the number flow of positive and nega­ tive charges through a plane perpendicular to the flow is equal (that is, the plasma is electrically neutral) and, since there can be no macroscopic build­ up of charge during acceleration, this condition applies at any plane perpendicular to the flow direction; consequently, all particles must travel at the same flow velocity during and after the acceleration.

C , "A magnetoplasmadynamic power generation experiment using heliumcesium *·, 3rd Symposium on Engineering Aspects of Magnetohydrodynamics, University of Rochester. 2 8 - 2 9 March, 1 9 6 1 . , Physics of Fully Ionized Gases. Interscience, New York ( 1 9 5 6 ) , Chap. 5 . • CHANDRASEKHAR, Principles of Stellar Dynamics, University of Chicago Press, Chicago (1942). 46 I. R. McNAB A N D B. C. LINDLEY * SAHA, M . N . and SAHA, H . K . , A Treatise on Modern Physics, Vol. I, Indian Press, AUahabad and Calcutta (1934), p.

If the charge separation effect did occur, a counter­ acting electrostatic charge would immediately be set up, slowing down the electrons to the same velocity as the ions. Under these conditions the energy equation used previously should be modified to include the energy of charge separation; this would lead to a smaller temperature difference between the electrons and heavy particles than given in the present treatment. From Figs. 4-6 it can be seen that, apart from the Saha restriction, fo the larger experimental times the permissible values of Ν and Τ for a fully ionized cesium plasma are restricted by the value of λ.

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