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Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 61 Issue 1 July 2003 pp 177-182
Theoretical investigation has been made on two different ultra-low-frequency electrostatic modes, namely, dust-cyclotron mode and dust-lower-hybrid mode, propagating perpendicular to the external magnetic field, in a self-gravitating magnetized two-fluid dusty plasma system. It has been shown that the effect of the self-gravitational force, acting on both dust grains and ions, significantly modifies the dispersion properties of these two electrostatic modes. The implications of these results to some space and astrophysical dusty plasma systems, especially to planetary ring-systems and cometary tails, are briefly mentioned.
Volume 63 Issue 5 November 2004 pp 1011-1019
A self-consistent and general description of obliquely propagating low-frequency electrostatic dust-modes in a non-uniform magnetized dusty plasma system has been presented. A number of different situations, which correspond to different low-frequency electrostatic dust-modes, namely, dust-acoustic mode, dust-drift mode, dust-cyclotron mode, dust-lower-hybrid mode, and other associated modes (such as, accelerated and retarded dust-acoustic modes, accelerated and retarded dust-lower-hybrid modes, etc.), have also been investigated. It has been shown that the effects of obliqueness and inhomogeneities in plasma particle number densities introduce new electrostatic dust modes as well as significantly modify the dispersion properties of the other low-frequency electrostatic dust associated modes. The implications of these results to some space and astrophysical dusty plasma systems, especially to planetary ring-systems and cometary tails, are briefly mentioned.
Volume 70 Issue 3 March 2008 pp 527-533 Research Articles
The properties of dust-ion-acoustic (DIA) solitons in an unmagnetized dusty plasma, whose constituents are adiabatic ion-fluid, Boltzmann electrons, and static dust particles, are investigated by employing the reductive perturbation method. The Korteweg-de Vries equation is derived and its stationary solution is numerically analyzed. The parametric regimes for the existence of positive and negative solitons are found. It has been shown that ion-fluid temperature not only significantly modifies the basic features (width and amplitude) of DIA solitons, but also introduces some new features of DIA solitons.
Volume 77 Issue 2 August 2011 pp 357-368
A dusty multi-ion plasma system consisting of non-isothermal (trapped) electrons, Maxwellian (isothermal) light positive ions, warm heavy negative ions and extremely massive charge ﬂuctuating stationary dust have been considered. The dust-ion-acoustic solitary and shock waves associated with negative ion dynamics, Maxwellian (isothermal) positive ions, trapped electrons and charge ﬂuctuating stationary dust have been investigated by employing the reductive perturbation method. The basic features of such dust-ion-acoustic solitary and shock waves have been identiﬁed. The implications of our ﬁndings in space and laboratory dusty multi-ion plasmas are discussed.
Volume 80 Issue 6 June 2013 pp 1031-1039
A theoretical investigation of dust-acoustic solitary waves in three-component unmagnetized dusty plasma consisting of trapped electrons, Maxwellian ions, and arbitrarily charged cold mobile dust was done. It has been found that, owing to the departure from the Maxwellian electron distribution to a vortex-like one, the dynamics of small but finite amplitude dust-acoustic (
Volume 81 Issue 1 July 2013 pp 169-176 Research Articles
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Volume 83 Issue 6 December 2014 pp 1015-1024 Research Articles
A theoretical investigation has been carried out on the growth rate of instability of the low-frequency electrostatic waves in a partially ionized four-component magnetodustyplasma in the presence of polarization force. Utilizing the method of linear mode analysis, the results of investigation have been presented. The findings of the investigation reveal that the polarization force, the external magnetic field and the dust temperature have a tendency to destabilize the system by increasing the growth rate of instability. On the other hand, the positive dust mass causes the instability growth rate to decrease, thereby stabilizing the system.
Volume 84 Issue 1 January 2015 pp 137-144
The properties of dust-ion-acoustic Gardner double layers (DIA GDLs) in an unmagnetized dusty plasma, whose constituents are negatively-charged stationary dust, inertial ions, and Boltzmann electrons of two distinct temperatures, are rigorously investigated by employing the reductive perturbation method: Gardner approach. The standard Gardner equation is derived, and its double layer (DL) solution is obtained. It has been shown that the properties of the DIA GDLs are significantly modified by some plasma parameters (viz. 𝜎 = 𝑇e1/𝑇e2, 𝜇e1 = 𝑛e10/𝑛i0, and 𝜇e2 = 𝑛e20/𝑛i0, where 𝑇e1 (𝑇e2) is the cold (hot) electron temperature, 𝑛e10 (𝑛e20) is the cold (hot) electron number density at equilibrium, and 𝑛i0 is the ion number density at equilibrium). The implications of our investigation in understanding the basic features of nonlinear electrostatic perturbations observed in many space plasma systems and laboratory devices are briefly discussed.
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