Plasma Physics

Confinement, Transport and Collective Effects

  • Editors
  • Andreas Dinklage
  • Thomas Klinger
  • Gerrit Marx
  • Lutz Schweikhard

Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 670)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. U. Schumacher
    Pages 1-20
  3. A. Piel
    Pages 21-50
  4. H. Zohm
    Pages 75-93
  5. J. Meichsner
    Pages 95-116
  6. R. Redmer
    Pages 117-133
  7. F. Wagner, H. Wobig
    Pages 135-172
  8. U. Stroth
    Pages 213-267
  9. A. Melzer
    Pages 297-329
  10. R. Redmer
    Pages 331-348
  11. H.-J. Kunze
    Pages 349-373
  12. O. Grulke, T. Klinger
    Pages 375-397
  13. M. Born, T. Markus
    Pages 399-423
  14. R. Schneider, R. Kleiber
    Pages 425-443
  15. H.-S. Bosch
    Pages 445-460
  16. Back Matter

About this book


"Plasma Physics: Confinement, Transport and Collective Effects" provides an overview of modern plasma research with special focus on confinement and related issues. Beginning with a broad introduction, the book leads graduate students and researchers – also those from related fields - to an understanding of the state-of-the-art in modern plasma physics. Furthermore, it presents a methodological cross section ranging from plasma applications and plasma diagnostics to numerical simulations, the latter providing an increasingly important link between theory and experiment. Effective references guide the reader from introductory texts through to contemporary research. Some related exercises in computational plasma physics are supplied on a special web site.


Cross section Dusty plasma Nuclear fusion Plasma collision dusty plasmas magnetic confinement nonneutral plasmas plasma diagnostics plasma waves

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