Observation of electromagnetic fluctuation induced particle transport in ETG dominated large laboratory plasma

@article{Srivastav2019ObservationOE,
  title={Observation of electromagnetic fluctuation induced particle transport in ETG dominated large laboratory plasma},
  author={Prabhakar Srivastav and Rameswar Singh and L. M. Awasthi and A. K. Sanyasi and P. K. Srivastava and Ritesh Sugandhi and R. Singh},
  journal={Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion},
  year={2019},
  volume={61}
}
The large volume plasma device (LVPD), a cylindrically shaped, linear plasma device of dimension (Φ = 2 m, L = 3 m) have successfully demonstrated the excitation of electron temperature gradient (ETG) turbulence (Mattoo et al 2012 Phys. Rev. Lett. 108 1–5). The observed ETG turbulence shows significant power between ω ∼ 25 – 90 krad s − 1 > Ω c i ( = 8 krad s − 1 ) , corresponding to the wave number, k y ρ e ∼ 0.1 – 0.2 < 1 where, Ω c i and ρ e ( ≈ 5 mm ) ion cyclotron frequency and electron… 

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