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Some aspects of the unified model of non-ideal high-parameter plasmas: electron EOS and conduction coefficients

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 March 2009

L. Drska
Affiliation:
Faculty of Nuclear Science and Physical Engineering, Technical University of Prague, Brehova 7, 115 19 Prague 1, Czechoslovakia
J. Vondrasek
Affiliation:
Faculty of Nuclear Science and Physical Engineering, Technical University of Prague, Brehova 7, 115 19 Prague 1, Czechoslovakia

Abstract

We present two partial models applied in the atomic physics subpackage used in numerical simulations of pulsed-source-driven, non-ideal high-parameter plasmas. These are an electron EOS model and a model for electron conductivity coefficient calculations. The EOS model uses Dharma-Wardana exchange and a correlation correction that depends on both electron density and temperature. The electron thermal and electrical conductivity calculations are based on the Balescu-Lenard equation.

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Research Article
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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1989

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