Kinetic and Fluid Theory

Kinetic theory endeavors to depict and anticipate the properties of gasses and fluids as far as the minute connections and movements of its constituent atoms. For weaken gasses, the observed Boltzmann active condition has tastefully accomplished the fundamental objectives of dynamic hypothesis. As it depends on the supposition of uncorrelated parallel impacts, the Boltzmann condition gives an agreeable portrayal of the conduct of adequately low thickness gasses with short-extend communications just, and is insufficient to depict thick liquids and plasmas.

  • Waves in magnetized plasma
  • Moment equations
  • Fluid plasma oscillations
  • Fluid Turbulence

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