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filamentationinstabilityintwocounterstreaminglaserplasmas
Liu Hui1; Dong Quanli1; Yuan Dawei2; Liu Xun2; Hua Neng3; Qiao Zhanfeng3; Zhu Baoqiang3; Zhu Jianqiang3; Jiang Bobin4; Du Kai4; Tang Yongjian4; Zhao Gang5; Yuan Xiaohui6; Sheng Zhengming6; Zhang Jie6
2016
Source Publicationchinesephysicsb
ISSN1674-1056
Volume025Issue:012Pages:125201
AbstractThe filamentation instability was observed in the interaction of two counter-streaming laser ablated plasma flows, which were supersonic, collisionless, and also closely relevant to astrophysical conditions. The plasma flows were created by irradiating a pair of oppositely standing plastic (CH) foils with Ins-pulsed laser beams of total energy of 1.7 kJ in two laser spots. With characteristics diagnosed in experiments, the calculated features of Weibel-type filaments are in good agreement with measurements.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.bao.ac.cn/handle/114a11/49291
Collection中国科学院国家天文台
Affiliation1.鲁东大学
2.中国科学院物理研究所
3.National Laboratory on High Power Lasers and Physics
4.Research Center of Laser Fusion, Chinese Academy of Engineering Physics
5.中国科学院国家天文台
6.上海交通大学
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Liu Hui,Dong Quanli,Yuan Dawei,et al. filamentationinstabilityintwocounterstreaminglaserplasmas[J]. chinesephysicsb,2016,025(012):125201.
APA Liu Hui.,Dong Quanli.,Yuan Dawei.,Liu Xun.,Hua Neng.,...&Zhang Jie.(2016).filamentationinstabilityintwocounterstreaminglaserplasmas.chinesephysicsb,025(012),125201.
MLA Liu Hui,et al."filamentationinstabilityintwocounterstreaminglaserplasmas".chinesephysicsb 025.012(2016):125201.
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