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Download Dissertation Abstract Recently, the quantum effects of the dusty plasma by people a lot of attentionpeople have more and more interested in the study of quantum dusty plasmabut many studies of quantum effects in dusty plasmasmany people assume that the size of dust particles in quantum dusty plasma is the same, in factthe dust plasma is composed of many different sizes of dust particles.
Distribution of dust particles of any size in this study no magnetized quantum dusty plasma effectconsider using polynomial distribution represents a quantum dusty plasma dust particle size distributionand use of quantum fluid dynamics modeldo the following work: When considering the effect of quantum effects and dust particle size distributionquantum dust acoustic wave dispersion relation.
Found that with the increase in the number density of dust particles quantum dust acoustic wave frequency and propagation velocity increases. Using reductive perturbation methodthe KdV equation. Found corresponds with the increase in the number density of dust particles quantum dust acoustic wave amplitude and pulse width increases for these characteristics in general dusty plasma is less than the special dusty plasma characteristics.Quantum plasma theory started in the ’s with the analysis of the ground state and correlation energies of the dense electron gas in metals [56, 57, 58], with quantum field-theoretical techniques.
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A brief survey is given of the different theoretical approaches to the study of the low-density, high-temperature `classical' plasma and of the high-density, low-temperature `quantum' plasma. In this thesis the kinetic and ﬂuid models are applied to diﬀerent problems in quantum plasma physics.
Quantum information, quantum optics and ultracold atoms We exploit quantum mechanical superposition and entanglement to manipulate information in ways not allowed in the classical world, and to study the interactions of atoms and photons at the single-particle level. Luigi Antonio Poggi and Dr. Michele Lungaroni (PhDcs of Quantum Electronics, Plasma Physics and Materials at niversity of Rome Tor Vergata) won the prize as best poster that will allow them to attend the course of CLAD 1 and CLAD 2 to achieve the Labview Associate Developer Certification at the 1st EPS Conference on Plasma Diagnostics held in Frascati, at Villa Mondragone, on April , . Quantum effects in such devices can be revealed in cryogenic transport studies. The interdisciplinary nature of this field provides a stimulating research environment for faculty and students with backgrounds in physics, electrical engineering, material sciences, and chemistry.
For example it will be shown that the quantum electrodynamic correction. Luigi Antonio Poggi and Dr. Michele Lungaroni (PhDcs of Quantum Electronics, Plasma Physics and Materials at niversity of Rome Tor Vergata) won the prize as best poster that will allow them to attend the course of CLAD 1 and CLAD 2 to achieve the Labview Associate Developer Certification at the 1st EPS Conference on Plasma Diagnostics held in Frascati, at Villa Mondragone, on April , .
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