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Physics of Laser Plasma
6 March 2011

Physics of Laser Plasma

Physics of Laser Plasma

1991 | 654 | ISBN: 0444874267 | DJVU | 6 Mb

Volume 3 of the Handbook of Plasma Physics continues the trend set by the first two in discussing many of the challenging problems in basic plasma physics. This volume provides a comprehensive review of laser fusion plasma physics and contains the most up-to-date information on high density plasma physics and radiation transport, useful for astrophysicists and high density physicists. The introductory chapter is a comprehensive description of the problems and achievements of laser-driven inertial confinement fusion as the most prominent motivation for the study of the physics of laser plasmas. The next chapter is devoted to a theoretical treatment of the atomic processes that determine the properties of laser plasmas. It is followed by two articles on the soft X-rays emitted by the plasmas, their use as diagnostic tool and the production of black-body radiation in this spectral range. Chapters 5 and 6 put main emphasis on the hydrodynamics of compression and heating of spherically symmetric targets, the problems of Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities and the requirements imposed on the homogeneity of the laser radiation. The numerous phenomena occurring in the low-density corono region through the interaction of the intense electromagnetic radiation with a plasma are treated in chapters 7 to 10. The theoretical treatment of plasma turbulence excited in the corona and the description of the main linear and nonlinear interaction phenomena with emphasis on the experiments is followed by a special article on resonance absorption and ponderomotove action. ...
Modern Plasma Physics: Volume 1, Physical Kinetics of Turbulent Plasmas
16 January 2011

Modern Plasma Physics: Volume 1, Physical Kinetics of Turbulent Plasmas

Modern Plasma Physics: Volume 1, Physical Kinetics of Turbulent Plasmas by Patrick H. Diamond, Sanae-I. Itoh, Kimitaka Itoh

Cambridge University Press | 2010 | ISBN: 052186920X | 434 pages | PDF | 12 MB

This three-volume series presents the ideas, models and approaches essential to understanding plasma dynamics and self-organization for researchers and graduate students in plasma physics, controlled fusion and related fields such as plasma astrophysics. Volume I develops the physical kinetics of plasma turbulence through a focus on quasi-particle models and dynamics. It discusses the essential physics concepts and theoretical methods for describing weak and strong fluid and phase space turbulence in plasma systems far from equilibrium.
Plasma Physics: An Introduction to Laboratory, Space, and Fusion Plasmas
18 December 2010

Plasma Physics: An Introduction to Laboratory, Space, and Fusion Plasmas

Plasma Physics: An Introduction to Laboratory, Space, and Fusion Plasmas

2010 | 420 | ISBN: 3642104908 | PDF | 5 Mb

This book is written by an experimentalist and covers all aspects of plasma physics at an introductory level. The fundamental concepts of plasma description are developed in a bottom-up approach of increasing mathematical complexity. The intuitive understanding of the concepts is emphasized. Different from most introductory texts, low-temperature plasmas, plasma discharges and plasma diagnostics get a much larger share. Controlled nuclear fusion is introduced and magnetic confinement is discussed at a simple level. Novel plasma phenomena as found in complex (dusty) plasmas are described. A large number of illustrations, worked out problems with solutions, and short summaries of the basics of each chapter make this text a companion for undergraduate and graduate students and a useful reference on the bookshelf....
Plasma Dynamics
20 January 2011

Plasma Dynamics

Plasma Dynamics

1990 | 176 | ISBN: 0198520417 | DJVU | 1 Mb

0198519915This text examines the distinctive physics of plasmas--the form in which most visible matter in the universe is found. The book provides an introduction to plasma particle dynamics, plasma waves, magnetohydrodynamics, plasma kinetic theory, two-fluid theory, and non-linear plasma physics. Rather than emphasizing mathematical considerations, this concise volume concentrates on underlying physical principles. The most advanced background knowledge required consists of Maxwell's equations, and these are reviewed in the introduction. The text will be useful to undergraduates in physics as well as graduates studying astrophysics, nuclear physics, and plasma physics. ...
Plasma Physics: An Introduction to Laboratory, Space, and Fusion Plasmas
22 July 2010

Plasma Physics: An Introduction to Laboratory, Space, and Fusion Plasmas
Plasma Physics: An Introduction to Laboratory, Space, and Fusion Plasmas  By  Alexander Piel
Publisher:  Springer  2010 |  420 Pages | ISBN: 3642104908 | PDF | 5 MB
 
This book is written by an experimentalist and covers all aspects of plasma physics at an introductory level. The fundamental concepts of plasma description are developed in a bottom-up approach of increasing mathematical complexity. The intuitive understanding of the concepts is emphasized. Different from most introductory texts, low-temperature plasmas, plasma discharges and plasma diagnostics get a much larger share.
Plasma Physics: An Introduction to Laboratory, Space, and Fusion Plasmas
29 September 2010

Plasma Physics: An Introduction to Laboratory, Space, and Fusion Plasmas


Plasma Physics: An Introduction to Laboratory, Space, and Fusion Plasmas By Alexander Piel


Publisher: Springer 2010 | 420 Pages | ISBN: 3642104908 | PDF | 14 MB



This book is written by an experimentalist and covers all aspects of plasma physics at an introductory level. The fundamental concepts of plasma description are developed in a bottom-up approach of increasing mathematical complexity. The intuitive understanding of the concepts is emphasized. Different from most introductory texts, low-temperature plasmas, plasma discharges and plasma diagnostics get a much larger share. Controlled nuclear fusion is introduced and magnetic confinement is discussed at a simple level.
Coherent Radiation Processes in Plasma
30 September 2011

Coherent Radiation Processes in Plasma

Coherent Radiation Processes in Plasma

1998 | 250 | ISBN: 1898326169 | CHM | 2 Mb

The monograph represents the first gradual introduction in the world literature into the physics of coherent radiation processes in plasma - a new branch of physics formed at the interface of quantum electronics and plasma physics. This branch of physics focuses on achievements in the physics of atomic and ionic beams and is associated with the development and extensive application of now laser-plasma technologies in collective laser ion accelerators, micro- and nanoelectronics and nonlinear-optical information systems. Special features of coherent radiation processes in plasma are determined by strong electromagnetic interaction of charged particles amongst themselves and with external electric and magnetic fields....
Plasma Technology for Hyperfunctional Surfaces: Food, Biomedical, and Textile Applications
17 November 2010

Plasma Technology for Hyperfunctional Surfaces: Food, Biomedical, and Textile Applications


Plasma Technology for Hyperfunctional Surfaces: Food, Biomedical, and Textile Applications


Wiley-VCH | 2010-05-10 | ISBN: 3527326545 | 428 pages | PDF | 14 MB



Based on a project backed by the European Union, this is a must-have resource for researchers in industry and academia concerned with application-oriented plasma technology research. Clearly divided in three sections, the first part is dedicated to the fundamentals of plasma and offers information about scientific and theoretical plasma topics, plasma production, surface treatment process and characterization. The second section focuses on technological aspects and plasma process applications in textile, food packaging and biomedical sectors, while the final part is devoted to concerns about the environmental sustainability of plasma processes.
56 Form Chen Family Taiji Quan
4 August 2011

56 Form Chen Family Taiji Quan
56 Form Chen Family Taiji Quan
English | AVI | XVID 1698 kbps 25 fps | 640 x 480 | MP3 192 kbps 48 KHz Stereo | 1h14mns | 904 MB
Genre: Training

The 56 Form Chen Family Taiji Quan is combined competition set pattern organized and created by National Wushu Sport Management Center.
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Demonstrated and explained by Ms. Hou Wen, the Chinese champion of Chen-style Taijiquan.
The 56 Form Chen Family Taiji Quan is combined competition set pattern organized and created by National Wushu Sport Management Center. It was created on the basis of the traditional Chen-style Taiji Quan and absorbs characteristics actions of new and old Chen style Taijiboxing, combines with the classics to form boxing pattern style of live stretch, unique technical method and forceful momentum moving among force and soft and fluent combination. It is one of the classical skills in Chen style Taiji Quan which is graceful and practical.
Plasma Waves, 2nd Edition (Series in Plasma Physics)
28 April 2013


Plasma Waves, 2nd Edition (Series in Plasma Physics)

Plasma Waves, 2nd Edition (Series in Plasma Physics)
by Donald Gary Swanson
English | ISBN: 075030927X | edition 2003 | PDF | 400 pages | 3,4 mb