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Plasma Simulation With Femlab HELP NEEDED

  1. Aug 18, 2005 #1
    HI and Hello,

    i would like to simulate a plasma discharge (z-Pinch discharge) with the Femlab Software 3.1i. The resulsts should be the density of the plasma or the temperautre after a compression. As input parameter serves the measured time dependent current. I have tried the electromagnetics module with meridional currents, magentic field and for the compression with the volume force (Currentdensity * magn. Fluxdensity Phi component) the compressible euler. Is this the right way to solve for the time dependet density ? Please help me ;:) :cry: :confused:
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  3. Aug 18, 2005 #2


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