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Nonlinear Waves of Ionic Sound in Plasma Containing Three-Dimensional Random Heterogeneities,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The paper presents a study of the problem of nonlinear waves of ionic sound in a nonisothermal plasma containing weak three-dimensional heterogeneities of electron concentration. The basic integral-differential equation describing nonstationary wave processes in a weakly nonlinear chaotically heterogeneous plasma was established. It was disclosed that in certain cases this equation can be reduced to modified Burgers and Korteweg deVries-Burgers equations. A study of stationary waves was conducted. Modified author abstract
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