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  • Comparison of Plasma Magnetic Field Interactions in a Static and Dynamic Plasma Facility 

    Dropmann, Michael; Knapp, A.; Eichhorn, C.; Loehle, S.; Laufer, Rene; Herdrich, Georg; Matthews, Lorin; Hyde, Truell W.; Fasoulas, Stefanos; Fulges, Hannes; Roeser, Hans-Peter (Transactions of the Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences, Aerospace Technology Japan, 2016)
    Magnetic fields are a principal/widespread/promising tool/instrument in space technology design for the use in advanced propulsion concepts, shielding from radiation or to aid thermal protection during the atmospheric ...
  • Dust particle pair correlation functions and the non-linear effect of interaction potentials 

    Kong, Jie; Qiao, Ke; Matthews, Lorin S.; Hyde, T. W. (IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 2201-07)
    Dust kinetic temperature is a measure of the energy of the stochastic motion of a dust particle and is a result of the combination of the Brownian motion and the fluctuations in the dust charge and confining electric field. ...
  • Nonlinear response of vertical paired structure in complex plasma 

    Ding, Zhiyue; Qiao, Ke; Kong, Jie; Matthews, Lorin; Hyde, Truell (Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion, 2019-03-21)
    The effect of the ion wake downstream of grains immersed in a flowing plasma is observed experimentally through the apparent non-reciprocal grain–grain interactions. Here we extend amplitude-frequency response analysis to ...
  • Mapping the Plasma Potential in a Glass Box 

    Scott, Lori; Ellis, Naoki; Chen, Mudi; Matthews, L. S.; Hyde, T. W. (IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 2019-07)
    Modeling the dynamics of charged dust particles, confined in a glass box placed on the lower electrode of a Gaseous Electronics Conference cell, requires that the interactions between the charged dust, plasma, and boundaries ...
  • Spectral approach to transport in the two-dimensional honeycomb lattice with substitutional disorder 

    Kostadinova, E. G.; Liaw, C. D.; Hering, A. S.; Cameron, A.; Guyton, F.; Matthews, L. S.; Hyde, T. W. (Physical Review B, 2019-01)
    The transport properties of a disordered two-dimensional (2D) honeycomb lattice are examined numerically using the spectral approach to the 2D percolation problem, characterized by an Anderson-type Hamiltonian. In our ...

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