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A fusion plasma is a very complicated many-body system consisting of a huge number of interacting particles of different species, exhibiting collective nonlinear behavior in a non-trivial geometry and magnetic field configurations, and being operated under nonstationary conditions with complicated boundaries. The complex nature of a fusion plasma requires for its understanding the scientific input from practically all areas of physics and engineering. The contributions to this volume show how scientists approach this complex problem, and that for past decades the fusion community can look back on significant progress.
|Publisher:||Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||2.60(w) x 3.70(h) x (d)|
Table of ContentsBasic High-Temperature Plasma Physics
Experimental Techniques and Diagnostics
Anomalous Transport and Fluctuations
Plasma Edge Physics