• Physics
  • Published 2005

Radiative Effect on Particle Acceleration via Relativistic Electromagnetic Expansion

@inproceedings{Noguchi2005RadiativeEO,
  title={Radiative Effect on Particle Acceleration via Relativistic Electromagnetic Expansion},
  author={Katsuyuki Noguchi and Enzhu Liang},
  year={2005}
}
The radiation damping effect on the diamagnetic relativistic pulse accelerator (DRPA) is studied in two-and-half dimensional Particle-in-Cell (PIC) simulation with magnetized electron-positron plasmas. Self-consistently solved radiation damping force converts particle energy to radiation energy. The DRPA is still robust with radiation, and the Lorentz factor of the most high energy particles reach more than two thousand before they decouple from the electromagnetic pulse. Resulted emitted power… CONTINUE READING

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