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Amplification of coupled nonlinear oscillations of charged particle beam in crossed magnetic fields

  title={Amplification of coupled nonlinear oscillations of charged particle beam in crossed magnetic fields},
  author={Alexander R. Karimov and Alexey Bulygin and Paul A. Murad},
  journal={arXiv: Plasma Physics},
A non-relativistic, charged-particle beam is placed into a crossed magnetic field. For such a system, the nonlinear electrostatic oscillations generation in the different degrees of the beam freedom may be triggered by the energy/momentum exchange between the beam's particles and these external fields. The influence of oscillation dynamics of these fields and beam have been studied based on the cold-fluid hydrodynamic description. As a result, the necessary conditions under resonant… 

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