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Driscoll, C. F.

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Works: 14 works in 25 publications in 1 language and 363 library holdings
Genres: Conference proceedings 
Roles: Editor
Classifications: QC718.5.N4, 530.44
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Non-neutral plasma physics : Washington, DC, 1988 by Symposium on non-neutral plasma physics( Book )
6 editions published between 1988 and 1989 in English and held by 216 libraries worldwide
Non-neutral plasma physics IV : Workshop on Non-Neutral Plasmas : San Diego, California, 30 July-2 August 2001 by Workshop on Non-Neutral Plasmas( Book )
3 editions published between 2001 and 2002 in English and held by 129 libraries worldwide
Instability in nonlinear solitary wave systems by C. F Driscoll( Computer File )
2 editions published in 1976 in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide
Transport in Nonneutral Plasmas ( Book )
2 editions published between 1990 and 1996 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
The AASERT supplement N00014-93-1-0824 provided partial support for three graduate students. The students performed research on an existing pure electron plasma containment apparatus, on a new laser diagnosed ion plasma apparatus, and on a new camera diagnosed electron apparatus. The transport experiments recently demonstrated that energy and particle transfer across magnetic fields can be greatly enhanced due to long range interparticle collisions, stimulating new theory work. The experiments on collective plasma flows relate directly to conventional fluids, and demonstrated the spontaneous formation of 'vortex crystal' states during the relaxation of 2D turbulence. These experiments are also relevant to the technologies of ion cluster traps used for spectroscopic studies (EBIT) and time standards (Penning Traps)
Non-neutral plasma physics : Symposium : Papers ( Book )
2 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Pure Electron Plasmas near Thermal Equilibrium ( Book )
2 editions published between 1990 and 1996 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Plasmas are the central element in many physical systems, including devices to generate radiation or high tensity beams of particles. Plasma effects are important in modern high current accelerator concepts, especially collective effect accelerators. They are central to the thermonuclear reactor problem, and of course outdoor plasmas dominate the physics of a large portion of the known universe. The physics of these systems can be very complex, and most of the devious ways by which plasmas manage to cross magnetic fields are not yet well understood. The research seeks to obtain tests of plasma theory under the simplest possible circumstances, and when the theory is inadequate, to develop it further. The ultimate motivation of the work has been to improve our understanding for application to a variety of physical systems. The direction for the program has been determined by the apparatus and by the internal logic of the science which we are attempting to expand. Research results: The Electron Containment Apparatus, Transport to Equilibrium; Experiments, Transport to Equilibrium Theory, Anisotropic Temperature Relaxation, Strongly Correlated State and Normal Modes, Fluid Instabilities and Turbulence, Vortex Dynamics, Negative Temperature Equilibria, Ion-Electron Scaling, Plasmas Near the Brillouin Limit, Induced Wave Damping and Transport, Nonlinear and Finite Length Diocotron Modes
Landau Damping of Electron Plasma Waves in the Linear and Trapping Regimes ( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Linear Landau damping and nonlinear wave-particle trapping oscillations are observed with m(sub theta) = 0 standing plasma waves (Trivelpiece-Gould modes) in a trapped pure electron plasma. The measured linear damping rate (10 (exp -3 </^gamma/omega </^ 10 (exp -1) agrees quantitatively with Landau damping theory for moderate plasma temperatures (1 <T <3 eV), and exceedingly low wave amplitudes (delta n/n <10 (exp -6). At larger amplitudes, the wave initially damps at the Landau rate, then develops trapping oscillations at frequency ohm(sub tr), causing the effective damping rate to decrease with amplitude as first predicted by O'Neil in 1965. For comparison, the measured damping rate is observed to decrease dramatically when the resonant particles are eliminated by truncating the nominally Maxwellian velocity distribution
Shear Reduction of 2D Point Vortex Diffusion ( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Theory and simulations establish the effects of shear on the collisional diffusion of a 2D point vortex gas. For finite shear, the diffusion is considerably smaller than previous zero-shear theories predict, scaling inversely with the shear. Surprisingly, changing the sign of the applied shear changes the diffusion by an order of magnitude
Preliminary geological compilation Belleoram (1 m) and St. Lawrence (1L) ( Map )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Trapped Particle Asymmetry Modes in Non-Neutral Plasmas ( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Novel trapped particle asymmetry modes propagate on cylindrical electron columns when axial variations in the wall voltage cause particle trapping. These modes consist of E x B drifts of edge-trapped particles, partially shielded by axial flows of interior untrapped particles. A simple theory model agrees well with the observed frequencies and eigenfunctions; but the strong mode damping is as yet unexplained. These modes may be important in coupling trap asymmetries to particle motions and low frequency E x B drift modes
Non-Neutral Plasma Physics 4. Workshop on Non-Neutral Plasmas (2001) Held in San Diego, California on 30 July-2 August 2001 ( file )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The preface summarizes workshop content and activities. The 89 scientific articles describe current non-neutral plasma research in the areas of antimatter plasmas, strongly coupled plasmas, beams, waves, transport, 2D fluids, general theory, experimental devices, and toroidal systems
Thermal Excitation of Trivelpiece-Gould Modes in a Pure Electron Plasma ( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Thermally excited plasma modes are observed in trapped, near-thermal-equilibrium pure electron plasmas over a temperature range of 0.05 <T <5 eV. The measured thermal emission spectra together with a separate measurement of the wave absorption coefficient uniquely determines the temperature. Alternately, kinetic theory including the antenna geometry and the measured mode damping (i.e. spectral width) gives the plasma impedance, obviating the reflection measurement. This non-destructive temperature diagnostic agrees well with standard diagnostics, and may be useful for expensive species such as anti-matter
Shear-Limited Test Particle Diffusion in 2-Dimensional Plasmas ( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Measurements of test-particle diffusion in pure ion plasmas show 2D enhancements over the 3D rates, limited by shear in the plasma rotation omega epsilon (r). The diffusion is due to "long-range" ion-ion collisions in the quiescent, steady-state Mg+ plasma. For short plasma length Lp and low shear S (equivalent to) r partial derivative omega epsilon/partial derivative r, thermal ions bounce axially many times before shear separates them in theta, so the ions move in (r, theta) as bounce averaged "rods" of charge (i.e. 2D point vortices). Experimentally, we vary the number of bounces over the range 0.2 </= N(sub b) </= 10,000. For long plasmas with N (sub b) </= 1, we observe diffusion in quantitative agreement with the 3D theory of long-range E x B drift collisions. For shorter plasmas or lower shear, with N(sub b)> 1, we measure diffusion rates enhanced by up to 100X. For exceedingly small shear, i.e. N(sub b)>/= 1000, we observe diffusion rates consistent with the Taylor-McNamara estimates for a shear-free thermal plasma. Overall, the data shows fair agreement with Dubin's new theory of 2D diffusion in shear, which predicts an enhancement of D(sup 2D)/D(sup 3D) N(sub b) ^ N(sub b) up to the Taylor-McNamara limit
Experimental Observation of Fluid Echoes in a Non-Neutral Plasma ( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Experimental observation of a nonlinear fluid echo is presented which demonstrates the reversible nature of spatial Landau damping, and that non-neutral plasmas behave as nearly ideal 2D fluids. These experiments are performed on UCSD's CamV Penning-Malmberg trap with magnetized electron plasmas. An initial m (sub i) = 2 diocotron wave is excited, and the received wall signal damps away in about 5 wave periods. The density perturbation filaments are observed to wrap up as the wave is spatially Landau damped. An m (sub t) = 4 "tickler" wave is then excited, and this wave also Landau damps. The echo consists of a spontaneous appearance of a third m (sub e) = 2 wave after the responses to the first two waves have inviscidly damped away. The appearance time of the echo agrees with theory, and data suggests the echo is destroyed at least partly due to saturation
 
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Driscoll, Charles Fredrick
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