By Albert R. Baswell
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2). 29) We assume that the deuterons hitting the wall surface or limiter at r= R are collected by a floating cylindrical vessel. Since the magnetized electrons do not move in the r direction across the magnetic field, there is no electron current collected at the floating vessel. 38 M. 30) 0 Integrating Eq. 21) obtained for the slab geometry. We assume that the gyrating plasma ions (deuterons) are allowed to enter or leave at the left boundary. The electric fields at the left boundary r = R - L and at the wall r = R must satisfy Eq.
These equations are also the simplest form for the gyro-kinetic or drift-kinetic Vlasov equation, when the kinetic motion along the magnetic field is taken into account and is coupled to the guidingcenter motion across the magnetic field, as for instance in the case when the magnetic field is slightly tilted with respect to e z [32-38,61]. 2) is solved on a rectangular domain L x × L y . Periodic boundary conditions are used in the y direction, and Dirichlet boundary conditions are used in the x direction with φ ( x = 0, L x , y ) = 0 , ρ ( x = 0, L x , y ) = 0 .
23) shows the charge (ni –ne ). We note the system is solved for ions and electrons, but the response of the ions at t=60 is still negligible. In the conclusion of this section 2 , we stress the importance of the cubic spline and the good performance of the interpolation technique, having low numerical diffusion and dispersion and high accuracy. We also note the numerical stability of the numerical code. 3. Problems Involving the Interpolation along the Characteristic Curves in Two Dimensions The problems studied in section 2 for the Vlasov equation dealt essentially with the fractional step methods where the interpolation along the characteristic curves was carried out in 1D using a cubic spline.
Advances in Mathematics Research by Albert R. Baswell