Algebre des ensembles by Sierpinski W.

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26) ε (ω, k, B0 ) =  −ε12 . 26) is valid only for the reference frame of Fig. 24) holds. 28) giving  ε11  ε (ω, B0 ) =  −ε12 0 ε11 0   0 . 29) February 24, 2014 22 14:14 9in x 6in Electromagnetic Waves for. . b1735-ch02 Electromagnetic Waves for Thermonuclear Fusion Research Finally, if B0 = 0, ε must be invariant and symmetric under rotations about k. 30) 0 . 32) where we have introduced the index of refraction N = kc/ω. Finally, in a plasma with weak wave absorption, for which the wave is essentially monochromatic, the average power density dissipation is Q= 1 (j · E∗ + j∗ · E).

31) where n20 is the plasma density in 1020 m−3 and ions and electrons are assumed having equal temperatures (in keV). The terms on the February 24, 2014 12 14:14 9in x 6in Electromagnetic Waves for. . 30) represent three of the major tokamak operating limits. The magnetic field BT is a technological problem of crucial importance since the fusion power scales like BT4 . In present tokamaks using copper coils, the toroidal magnet field in the plasma center can be as high as 13 T [10], the limit being set by magnetic forces and the cooling of coils.

3] Tamm, I. , in Plasma Physics and the Problem of Controlled Thermonuclear Reactions, Vol. 1, Edited by Leontovich M. , Pergamon Press, New York, 1962, p. 1. [4] Sakharov, A. , in Plasma Physics and the Problem of Controlled Thermonuclear Reactions, Vol. 1, Edited by Leontovich M. , Pergamon Press, New York, 1962, p. 21. [5] Solovev, L. S. and Shafranov, V. , in Review of Plasma Physics, Vol. 5, Edited by Leontovich, M. , Consultants Bureau, New York, 1966, p. 1. [6] Grad, H. , in Proc. 2nd United Nations Int.

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