Applications of noise theory to plasma fluctuations


Applications of noise theory to plasma fluctuations

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Title: Applications of noise theory to plasma fluctuations
Author: Li, Bo, 1979-
Abstract: Fluctuation phenomena are important to many physical systems, such as the fusion plasma. Noise theory is used to study the time and space correlations of stationary Markovian fluctuations that are statistically homogeneous and isotropic. The relaxation of the fluctuations is modeled by the diffusion equation. The spatial correlations are modeled by the exponential decay. Based on these models, the correlation function and the power spectral density of random fluctuations. We also find that the fluctuation-induced transport coefficients may be estimated by the correlation length and the correlation time. The theoretical results are compared with the observed plasma density fluctuations from tokamak and helimak experiments.
Department: Physics
Subject: Fluctuations (Physics)--Mathematical models Fluctuations (Physics) Random noise theory Space and time Spectral energy distribution Plasma density
Date: 2007

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