Perturbations of the Motion of a Charged Particle in a Noisy Magnetic Field
We consider deterministic and stochastic perturbations of the motion of a charged particle in a noisy magnetic field. The noise in the magnetic field leads to the mixing on the energy surfaces and allows to apply averaging principle. We describe long-time energy evolution and its metastable states for a given initial energy and a time scale.
KeywordsMixing caused by a noisy magnetic field Averaging Metastability Stochastic resonance
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