Nonstationary driven oscillations of a magnetic cavity

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Ruderman, M.S.; Wright, A.N.;
  • Publisher: American Institute of Physics

The problem of transition to the steady state of driven oscillations in a magnetic cavity in a cold resistive plasma is addressed. The foot point driving polarized in the inhomogeneous direction is considered, and it is assumed that the cavity length in the direction of... View more
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