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Abstract

A computer code has been developed which solves the full compressible resistive magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) equations in cylindrical geometry. The variables are expanded in Fourier series in the poloidal and axial directions while finite differences are used in the radial direction. The time advance is accomplished by using a semi-implicit predictor-corrector-scheme. Applications to the ideal m=1 ideal kink saturation in the nonlinear regime and the subsequent decay of the singular current layer due to resistivity are presented.

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Authors: JAKOBY A IPP, D, IPP, D
Bibliographic Reference: REPORT IPP 6/269, 1987, AVAILABILITY: MAX-PLANCK-INSTITUT, MUENCHEN, D
Record Number: 1989126087300 / Last updated on: 1989-05-01
Category: PUBLICATION
Available languages: en