Электронная книга: Gareth Guest «Electron Cyclotron Heating of Plasmas»

Electron Cyclotron Heating of Plasmas

Authored by a highly regarded plasma scientist, this book fills the gap for a topical reference and source with a professional audience in mind. While the use of this critical method at the international fusion reactor, ITER, is covered in detail, the monograph also includes planetary magnetospheres and plasma sources for commercial applications. With exercises and solutions for additional use as course reading.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"

ISBN: 9783527627899

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