Study of Structure and Dynamics of Enhanced Plasma Formations Created by Capillary Pulsed Discharge

  • Pashchina A
  • Chinnov V
  • Klimov A
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The experimental researches on long-lived high-energetic enhanced plasmoid (LEP) creation by an erosive discharge have been carried out. The parameters of erosive discharge in a capillary with ablating walls are determined by high-current electric pulse and gas dynamic processes. Vortex gas dynamics plays important role in LEP’s creation. There is non-ideal plasma inside this LEP. Non-ideal plasma properties are responsible for explanation of many LEP’s properties, such as high energy storage, its stability, extremely long lifetime at discharge off.

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  • A.S. Pashchina

  • V.F. Chinnov

  • A.I. Klimov

  • V.A. Kutlaliev

  • I.A Moralev

  • M.K. Sidorenko

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