On the diffusion of magnetic field into a conducting gas in which inertial forces are neglected
R. E. Kidder, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley. Lawrence Radiation Laboratory
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, 1961 - Science - 26 pages
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00 i Fig 3awh adiabatic exponent boundary condition h(0 CONDUCTING GAS conduction is included CONST Constant conductivity constant electrical conductivity constant total pressure density differential equations 20 DIFFUSION OF MAGNETIC dimensionless magnetic field dimensionless penetration depth dimensionless quantities electric field intensity Electric Intensity employee or contractor energy conservation energy per gram field diffused FORCES ARE NEGLECTED fully ionized gas gas was assumed graphs of Figures H 4ir H/HQ half-space problem include thermal conduction inertial effects inertial forces intensity h Lagrangian electric field Lawrence Radiation Laboratory magnetic energy magnetic field intensity magnetic pressure material velocity motion 12 NEGLECTED R. E. Kidder non-constant conductivity ordinary differential equations ordinates of curve partial differential equations Poynting flux pressure H process disclosed rarefaction ratio AU/AU relation skin depth small compared specific internal energy specific kinetic energy surface current temperature vacuum region versus dimensionless penetration versus the dimensionless Volume currents