Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 28 Issue 4 April 1987 pp 399-408 Plasma Physics
Weak electron acoustic double layers in a multicomponent plasma
Formation of electron acoustic double layers in a magneto-plasma with two ion species is investigated. The existence of double layers propagating almost perpendicular to the magnetic field in a plasma with two distinct ion species and cold electron is discussed.
Volume 30 Issue 6 June 1988 pp 535-541 Plasma Physics
Double layers in a field-aligned current driven plasma
The solutions of small amplitude ion acoustic double layers in current-carrying plasma in the presence of the magnetic field have been presented. The electron beam along the magnetic field has only been considered and the drift velocity assumed to be less than the electron thermal velocity. The velocity, the width and the potential of such DLs are calculated.
Volume 42 Issue 5 May 1994 pp 435-446
Plasma-maser interaction of langmuir wave with kinetic Alfvén wave turbulence
Bipuljyoti Saikia B K Saikia S Bujarbarua M Nambu
A theoretical study is made on the generation mechanism of Langmuir mode wave in the presence of kinetic Alfvén wave turbulence in a magnetized plasma on the basis of plasma-maser interaction. It is shown that a test high frequency Langmuir mode wave is unstable in the presence of low frequency kinetic Alfvén wave turbulence. The growth of the Langmuir wave occurs due to direct and polarization coupling terms. Because of the universal existence of the kinetic Alfvén waves in large scale plasmas, the results have potential importance in space and astrophysical radiation processes.
Volume 44 Issue 3 March 1995 pp 257-262
The evolution of the resonant mode in plasma-maser interaction
Bipuljyoti Saikia S Bujarbarua
We study the evolution of the resonant waves considering its interaction with the nonresonant waves and the plasma particles due to plasma-maser effect. The nonlinear dielectric function of the resonant wave is calculated and is found to consist of two parts: the direct and the polarization coupling terms. On the other hand, the nonlinear dielectric function of the nonresonant wave consists only of the direct coupling term. The significance of our results is discussed.
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