# The impact of magnetic geometry on wave modes in cylindrical plasmas

@inproceedings{Chang2014TheIO, title={The impact of magnetic geometry on wave modes in cylindrical plasmas}, author={L. J. Chang}, year={2014} }

- Published 2014

Both space and laboratory plasmas can be associated with static magnetic field, and the field geometry varies from uniform to non-uniform. This thesis investigates the impact of magnetic geometry on wave modes in cylindrical plasmas. The cylindrical configuration is chosen so as to explore this impact in a tractable but experimentally realisable configuration. Three magnetic geometries are considered: uniform, focused and rippled. These studies suggest suppressing drift waves in a uniformly… CONTINUE READING

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