Implementation of energy transfer technique in ORB5 to study collisionless wave-particle interactions in phase-space

  title={Implementation of energy transfer technique in ORB5 to study collisionless wave-particle interactions in phase-space},
  author={I. Novikau and Alessandro Biancalani and Alberto Bottino and Alessandro Di Siena and Philipp Lauber and Emanuele Poli and Emmanuel Lanti and Laurent Villard and No{\'e} Ohana and Sergio Briguglio},
  journal={Comput. Phys. Commun.},

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