HE ninth Scottish Universities' Summer School in Physics, sponsored T jointly by the Scottish Universities and NATO was held at Newbattle Abbey from 28th July to 16th August 1968. This was the first Scottish Summer School to be devoted to plasma physics, the exact title for the School being the Physics of Hot Plasmas. Forty-three students were accepted, fourteen of these being resident in the United Kingdom. In addition there were eleven lecturers and seven other participants. The choice of lecturers, particularly in experimental plasma physics, was limited to some extent by the fact that an international conference on con trolled fusion was held at Novosibirsk during the first week in August. Not withstanding this, it was possible to arrange a programme of lectures reasonably well balanced between theoretical and experimental plasma physics. The topics chosen included kinetic theory, waves and oscillations, instabilities, turbulence, collisionless shocks, computational methods, laser scattering and laser generated plasmas, plasma production and containment. Several semi nars on special topics were given by invited speakers and by students.Difference Methods for Initial Value Problems. Interscience, John Wiley ... Physics Fluids, 9, 1099a1109. A. C. KOLB and ... Numerical Solution for 1.5-Dimensional Time-Dependent Magnetohydrodynamic Problems. NASA-SP-153, p. 237.
|Title||:||Physics of Hot Plasmas|
|Author||:||B. J. Rye|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|