Current Drive generation based on autoresonance and intermittent trapping mechanisms
Two mechanisms for generating streams of high-velocity electrons are presented. One has its origins in auto resonance interaction, which takes place in the system after a trapping conditioning stage, the second being dominated by the trapping process itself. These mechanisms are revealed from the study of the realistic motion of an electron in a configuration consisting of two counterpropagating electromagnetic wavesalong a constant magnetic field in a dispersive medium.
Bibliographic Reference: Article: Physical Review E, 60 (1999)3, 3289--3296
Record Number: 199911564 / Last updated on: 1999-11-13
Original language: en
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