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In this same time interval, ion-density fluctuations also build up. When these reach a sufficient level, the plasma resistivity is enhanced, and the plasma heats rapidly. The heating rate after the wave energy saturates corresponds to an effective electron collision frequency of about one fifth the electron plasma angular frequency and a resistivity 50 to 75 times the classical value. Turbulent heating may be modeled after beam plasma experiments. Whether the heating is by means of a particle beam, or by a heavy current drawn through the plasma, a plasma instability first develops and grows into the nonlinear amplitude regime.

Koidan et al. (69) heated a plasma produced in a reflex discharge with a capicitor discharge. When the electron drift velocity in the second discharge EXPERIMENTAL PLASMA TURBULENCE 27 exceeded the electron thermal velocity, oscillations were excited in the regions of electron and ion plasma frequencies. The latter seemed to be associated with anomalously high electron collision frequency [compare this with the numerical experiments of Kruer et al. (60)]. Babykin and his associates were among the first to report successful turbulent heating experiments.

21,674-677 (1968). 104. T. Tsukishima, A. Mase, and S . Takeda, Phys. Fluids 13, 649-651 (1970). 105. G. P. Maksimov, V. P. Smirnov, and E. G. Utyugov, JETP Lett. 9, 155-157 (1969). 106. C. H. Su and C. Oberman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 20,427-429 (1968). 107. T. H. Jensen, J. H. Malmberg, and T. M. O’Neil, Phys. Fluids 12, 1728-1730 (1969). This Page Intentionally Left Blank Recent Advances in Design of Magnetic Beta-Ray Spectrometers MILORAD S. MLADJENOVIc* . B KidriE Institute of Nuclear Sciences. Belgrade.

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