Dust-acoustic Rogue Waves in Four-Component Plasmas

  title={Dust-acoustic Rogue Waves in Four-Component Plasmas},
  author={Sharmin Jahan and Abdul Mannan and N. A. Chowdhury and A. A. Mamun},
  journal={Plasma Physics Reports},
Abstract A theoretical investigation has been made on modulational instability (MI) and dust-acoustic (DA) rogue waves (DARWs) in a four-component dusty plasma medium containing inertial negatively charged massive heavy (light) cold (hot) dust grains as well as super-thermal electrons and non-thermal ions. The reductive perturbation method is used to derive the nonlinear Schrödinger equation, and two types of modes, namely fast and slow DA modes, have been observed. The conditions for the MI… 
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