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By Bhimsen K. Shivamoggi

A number of nonlinear results take place in a plasma. First, there are the wave­ steepening results that could take place in any fluid during which the propagation velocity depends on the wave-amplitude. In a dispersive medium this may result in periods of nonlinear waves that could have desk bound options like solitons and shocks. as the plasma additionally acts like an inherently nonlinear dielectric resonant interactions between waves result in alternate of power between them. additional, an electromagnetic wave interacting with a plasma may well parametrically excite different waves within the plasma. A large-amplitude Langmuir wave undergoes a modulational instability which arises via neighborhood depressions in plasma density and the corresponding raises within the strength density of the wave electrical box. while a box cave in happens in and 3 dimensions, in a one-dimensional case, spatially localized desk bound box buildings referred to as Langmuir solitons may end up. Many different plasma waves like upper-hybrid waves, lower-hybrid waves and so forth. may also suffer a modulational instability and convey localized box buildings. a brand new kind of nonlinear impact comes into play whilst an electromagnetic wave propagating via a plasma is powerful sufficient to force the electrons to relativistic speeds. This ends up in a propagation of an electromagnetic wave in a ordinarily overdense plasma, and the coupling of the electromagnetic wave to a Langmuir wave within the plasma. The relativistic mass version of the electrons relocating in an excessive electromagnetic wave may also bring about a modulational instability of the latter.

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J '" 2 X 10- 2 cm. ISI , by courtesy of The American Physical Society). plasma. The two solitons add up linearly when they overlap and penetrate through each other. Further, an initial state of the waveform solution of the Korteweg-de Vries equation is found to show recurrence behavior (Abe et at. [123, 124]). Gardner et al. [7] have given an ingenious technique to construct an exact solution of the initial-value problem for the Korteweg-de Vries equation through a sequence of linear problems.

Let us approximate the x-component of the ion-velocity by the polarization drift: Vx =- 02¢ oxat . (78) Then, equations (73)-(76) become: -an - - a ax at ¢) 2 ( na -- + axat - 0 (nw)=O az aw a2¢ aw ow - - - - - - - +w - at axot ax az a a2 ,,\'1'_ + _a2'1',,\_ _ ax 2 az 2 = o¢ az =-- e¢ - n (79) (80) (81) where a == A~ -2 . 2t (82) where c is a small parameter characterizing the typical amplitude of the waves. Equations (79)-(81) then become: + - a ag (nw)=O (83) Chapter 1II 32 ow _ ow _ e (e ~ aT o~ O"OT e +W ow ) ow a" (84) AS + 02¢ ) 02¢ 0,,2 02¢ o"o~ o¢ = _ o~ e(a _ 0~2 = e¢ - n (85) .

Exp[i(k) - k 2) . x - i( 0») - 0)2)t I which is a beat-frequency wave. , E( 0) 3 ' k3) = 0 £(0) , k) being the lowest-order dielectric constant of the plasma, then this mode will be generated by the interaction of the first two waves. An exchange of energy and momentum takes place among these three waves and the process is Parametric Excitations of Plasma Waves 39 called resonant wave interaction. If the wave amplitudes are small, the interactions are selective and weak: selective because only certain combinations of wave components are capable of a significant energy exchange and weak because even for these, the interaction time is large compared with a typical wave period.

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