Rotating vortices in two-dimensional inhomogeneous strongly coupled dusty plasmas: Shear and spiral density waves.

@article{Dharodi2020RotatingVI,
  title={Rotating vortices in two-dimensional inhomogeneous strongly coupled dusty plasmas: Shear and spiral density waves.},
  author={Vikram S. Dharodi},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2020},
  volume={102 4-1},
  pages={
          043216
        }
}
Dusty plasma experiments can be performed quite easily in a strong coupling regime. In our previous work [V. S. Dharodi, S. K. Tiwari, and A. Das, Physics of Plasmas 21, 073705 (2014)]PHPAEN1070-664X10.1063/1.4888882, we numerically explored such plasmas with constant density and observed the transverse shear (TS) waves from the rotating vortex. Laboratory dusty plasmas are good examples of homogeneous plasmas; however, heterogeneity (e.g., density, temperature, and charge) may be due to the… 

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