2022-01-16T19:10:10Zhttps://nifs-repository.repo.nii.ac.jp/?action=repository_oaipmhoai:nifs-repository.repo.nii.ac.jp:000102992021-09-10T07:10:09Z00008:00032
"Macroscale Implicit, Electromagnetic Particle Simulation of Inhomogeneous and Magnetized Plasmas in Multi-Dimensions"engimplicit particle simulationelectromagneticMHD scalesinhomogeneous plasmanonlinear processhttp://hdl.handle.net/10655/2956Research Paper M., "Tanaka S., Murakami H., Takamaru T.", Sato"An implicit, electromagnetic particle (kinetic) simulation method is presented that can deal with multi-dimensional, inhomogeneous and finite beta plasmas in large space and time scales. To include the diamagnetic effects in strongly magnetized (omega_ ce geq omega_ pe) and inhomogeneous, kinetic plasmas of the large scales, full-implicit ""directly-coupled field-particle equations"" are derived by using the backward time-decentered scheme and the guiding center approximation with the magnetic drifts about the electron perpendicular motion. This algorithm has been implemented for studies of inhomogeneous and magnetized plasmas of three-dimensions. The basic algorithm of the code is described and several physics applications are shown for the Alfven-ion-cyclotron instability and kink instability of the peaked density ion beam."Research Report NIFS-Series1991-05-010915-633x2016-03-07