Coexistence of Drift Waves and D'Angelo Modes at Different Position and Frequency in Linear Plasma Device

Experimental plasma discharges in linear PANTA device are studied by Mach probe measurements, providing floating potential, ion saturation current, and parallel flow velocity time evolution, at different radii of the device. Spectral analysis indicates that drift waves and D'Angelo modes exist simultaneously in the plasma. A discrimination study shows they are located at different positions in radius and frequency. (C) 2017 The Japan Society of Plasma Science and Nuclear Fusion Research


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Plasma And Fusion Research, 12, UNSP 1201008
Year:
2017
Publisher:
Aichi-Ken, Japan Soc Plasma Science & Nuclear Fusion Research
ISSN:
1880-6821
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