Scientific seminar “On two-stream instability of states of dynamic equilibrium of a Vlasov-Poisson plasma”

Scientific seminar “On two-stream instability of states of dynamic equilibrium of a Vlasov-Poisson plasma”

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14 Dec 2021
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Online
About the event

14 December at 12:00 MSK

We study the problem of linear stability of one-dimensional states of dynamic equilibrium of an infinite collisionless electrically neutral plasma in the electrostatic approximation - Vlasov-Poisson plasma. It was proved by the direct Lyapunov method that these equilibrium states are absolutely unstable with respect to one-dimensional small perturbations in the case when the Vlasov-Poisson plasma contains electrons and a single type of ions with stationary distribution functions isotropic in physical space, but variable in the velocity continuum.

Sufficient conditions for linear practical instability are obtained, an a priori exponential lower estimate is constructed, and the initial data for small perturbations growing in time are described. An illustrative analytical example of the considered one-dimensional states of dynamic equilibrium and small perturbations of the same symmetry superimposed on them, which grow in time in accordance with the constructed estimate, are constructed.

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The main results are published in the following works:

  1. Gubarev Yu.G. Two-flow instability of particular class of one-dimensional dynamic equilibrium states of Vlasov-Poisson plasma // Plasma Res. Express. 2019. Vol. 1.No. 4. P. 045008-1 - 045008-13;
  2. Gubarev Yu.G. On Two-Flow Instability of Dynamical Equilibrium States of Vlasov-Poisson Plasma // In: Continuum Mechanics, Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing: Godunov’s Legacy. A Liber Amicorum to Professor Godunov / Eds Gennadii V. Demidenko, Evgeniy Romenski, Eleuterio Toro, and Michael Dumbser. Chapter 21. Cham: Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2020. P. 161-167 (ISBN 978-3-030-38870-6 (eBook)).

Speaker

Professor Gubarev Yuri G. (NSU, Novosibirsk).

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