Effect of Turbulence on Line Shapes in Astrophysical and Fusion Plasmas
AbstractWe look at the effect of wave collapse turbulence on a hydrogen line shape in plasma. An atom immersed in plasma affected by strong Langmuir turbulence may be perturbed by a sequence of wave packets with a maximum electric field magnitude that is larger than the Holtsmark field. For such conditions, we propose to calculate the shape of the hydrogen Lyman α Lyman β and Balmer α lines with a numerical integration of the Schrödinger equation coupled to a simulation of a sequence of electric fields modeling the effects of the Langmuir wave. We present and discuss several line profiles of Lyman and Balmer lines. View Full-Text
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Hannachi, I.; Meireni, M.; Génésio, P.; Rosato, J.; Stamm, R.; Marandet, Y. Effect of Turbulence on Line Shapes in Astrophysical and Fusion Plasmas. Atoms 2017, 5, 34.
Hannachi I, Meireni M, Génésio P, Rosato J, Stamm R, Marandet Y. Effect of Turbulence on Line Shapes in Astrophysical and Fusion Plasmas. Atoms. 2017; 5(4):34.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hannachi, Ibtissem; Meireni, Mutia; Génésio, Paul; Rosato, Joël; Stamm, Roland; Marandet, Yannick. 2017. "Effect of Turbulence on Line Shapes in Astrophysical and Fusion Plasmas." Atoms 5, no. 4: 34.
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