Dust vortex flow analysis in weakly magnetized plasma

@article{Kumar2020DustVF,
  title={Dust vortex flow analysis in weakly magnetized plasma},
  author={Prince Kumar and Devendra Sharma},
  journal={arXiv: Plasma Physics},
  year={2020}
}
Analysis of driven dust vortex flow is presented in a weakly magnetized plasma. The 2D hydrodynamic model is applied to the confined dust cloud in a non-uniform magnetic field in order to recover the dust vortex flow driven in a conservative force field setup, in absence of any non-conservative fields or dust charge variation. Although the time independent electric and magnetic fields included in the analysis provide conservative forcing mechanisms, when the a drift based mechanism, recently… 
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