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Physics of laser driven plasmas
|LC Classifications||QC718.5.L3 H67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 317 p. :|
|Number of Pages||317|
|LC Control Number||80039792|
Heinrich Hora has 26 books on Goodreads with 8 ratings. Heinrich Hora’s most popular book is Physics of Laser Driven Plasmas. Table of Contents. Preface, D.A. Jaroszynski, R. Bingham, and R.A. Cairns Laser-Driven Plasmas: A Gateway to High Energy Density Physics and a Test-Bed for Nonlinear Science, W.L. Kruer An Experimentalist’s Perspective on Plasma Accelerators, C.E. Clayton Waveguides for High Intensity Laser Pulses, S. Hooker Harnessing Plasma Waves as Radiation Sources and Amplifiers, D.A. Jaroszynski, .
Heinrich Hora (born in Bodenbach, Czechoslovakia) is a German-Australian theoretical physicist who made contributions to solid state physics, optical properties of plasma with relativistic and quantum effects and nonlinear dynamics with applications of lasers for producing nuclear fusion energy. He lives in Sydney where he is Emeritus Professor at University of New South Wales and Vice Alma mater: University of Halle-Wittenberg, University . This book is an important reference work for the field of high-intensity and high-plasma-density laser–plasma interaction. It summarizes past advances and opens insights into the future. The book covers the essentials from a single particle to dense fluids, and from computational physics to applications for fusion energy or hadron cancer therapy.
The Group is expertly equipped to address both fundamental and applied aspects of plasma physics research, including laser acceleration, laser fusion research and quantum effects (e.g. particle production) expected to be observed with the next generation of ultra-high intensity lasers (e.g. the Vulcan 10 PW upgrade). Simulations predict that directly driven multi-shell targets can provide a robust alternative to conventional high-convergence implosion concepts by coupling two to three times more energy into the final igniting thermonuclear fuel assembly than indirect-drive : Natalia S. Krasheninnikova, M. J. Schmitt, Kim Molvig, S. C. Hsu, B. S. Scheiner, D. W. Schmidt, V.
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Physics of laser driven plasmas Hardcover – January 1, by Heinrich Hora (Author)Cited by: The book represents an introduction to the physics of high-intensity laser-produced plasmas, which may become important as a fusion energy process. Following a brief review of the various phenomena of laser-produced plasmas, the properties including plasma frequency, Debye length, collision frequency and Boltzmann equation on which the macroscopic hydrodynamics of plasmas is based are : Hora, H.
This book explains the physics of laser produced plasma and related phenomena in laboratory and Universe. The book includes two chapters devoted for basic physics and fluid models of plasmas for undergraduate students. In the other chapters, laser plasma physics and Astrophysics are explained.
Laser-driven plasma-based accelerators, which are capable of supporting ﬁelds in excess of GV/m, are reviewed. This includes the laser wakeﬁeld accelerator, the plasma beat wave accelerator, the self-modulated laser wakeﬁeld accelerator, plasma waves driven by multiple laser pulses, and highly nonlinear regimes.
Covering the essentials in the field, from single particle to dense fluid interactions and from computational physics to applications for fusion energy, it also contains clear explanations of the theory of electrodynamics and laser-driven hydrodynamics, Maxwell’s stress tensor, and Lorentz force, complex refractive index and relativistic effects in by: The book represents an introduction to the physics of high-intensity laser-produced plasmas, which may become important as a fusion energy process.
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The Physics Of Laser Plasma Interactions Pages pages This book focuses on the physics of laser plasma interactions and presents a complementary and very useful numerical model of plasmas.
It describes the linear theory of light wave propagation in plasmas, including linear mode conversion into plasma waves and collisional by: Unifying Physics of Accelerators, Lasers and Plasma introduces the physics of accelerators, lasers and plasma in tandem with the industrial methodology of inventiveness, a technique that teaches that similar problems and solutions appear again and again in seemingly dissimilar disciplines.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hora, Heinrich, Physics of laser driven plasmas. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type. Laser-driven plasma-wave electron accelerators Wim Leemans and Eric Esarey Wim Leemansheads the LOASIS (Lasers, Optical Accelerator Systems Integrated Studies) program at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California.
Eric Esareyis the program’s deputy head. It covers everything from single particles to dense fluids, from computational physics to the practical results in fusion. In addition, it contains excellent and clear treatments of the theory of electrodynamics, laser-driven hydrodynamics, the Lorentz force, complex refractive index, and relativistic effects in plasmas.
The physics of plasma-based accelerators driven by short-pulse lasers is reviewed. This includes the laser wakeﬁeld accelerator, the plasma beat wave accelerator, the self-modulated laser wakeﬁeld accelerator, and plasma waves driven by multiple laser pulses.
The properties of linear and nonlinearCited by: 9. intended to provide the basic plasma physics necessary to understand the operation of ion and Hall thrusters. The units used throughout the book are based on the International System (SI).
However, by convention we will occasionally revert to other metric units (such as A/cm2, mg/s, etc.) commonly used in the literature describing these Size: 1MB. where E’ is the transverse electric ﬁeld of the laser,c is the speed of light in vacuum, rs is the laser spot size (E’}e2 r2/ s) and I52P/(pr s 2).The laser pulse will generate a plasma density modulation, dn, in a uniform plasma with density n0 according to the equation 1,2,5,8,10 (]2/]z21k p.
We present an experimental demonstration of the efficient acceleration of electrons beyond 60 MeV using micro-channel plasma targets. We employed a high-contrast, J, 32 fs short pulse laser interacting with a 5 μm inner diameter, μm long micro-channel plasma micro-channel was aligned to be collinear with the incident laser pulse, confining the majority of the laser Cited by: 6.
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Short‐pulse laser harmonics from oscillating plasma surfaces driven at relativistic intensity Physics of Plasmas 3, ( The simulations reveal strong oscillations of the critical surface driven by the normal component of the laser field and by the ponderomotive by: 1.
Laser plasma and inertial confinement fusion (C. Yamanaka). 2. Atomic physics of laser-produced plasmas (R.M. More). 3. X-ray radiation from laser plasma (R. Kauffman). 4. Laser generated intense thermal radiation (R. Sigel). 5. Direct drive fusion studies (M.C. Richardson). 6. Symmetry and stability physics in laser fusion (S.E.
Bodner). 7. This separation of time scales facilitates the analysis of the physics problem. The laser-heated plasma has a flow length scale (the distance between droplet and critical surface) of order R f ~ 10 μm and the typical flow velocity is given by the speed of sound in the laser produced plasma corona, c s ~ 10 5 m s − by: 4.