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Nonplanar Shocks and Solitons in a Strongly Coupled Adiabatic Plasma: the Roles of Heavy Ion Dynamics and Nonextensitivity
An investigation has been made on heavy ion‐acoustic (HIA) nonplanar shocks and solitons in an unmagnetized, collisionless, strongly coupled plasma whose constituents are strongly correlated adiabatic inertial heavy ions, ...
Planar and Nonplanar Shock Waves in a Degenerate Quantum Plasma
The nonlinear propagation of modified electron‐acoustic (mEA) shock waves in an unmagnetized, collisionless, relativistic, degenerate quantum plasma (containing non‐relativistic degenerate inertial cold electrons, both ...
Study of the higher-order shock excitations in a degenerate quantum plasma
We propose a comprehensive theory for one dimensional ion-acoustic shock waves (IASWs) in an unmagnetized degenerate quantum plasma that is assumed to contain inertial ions and relativistic degenerate electrons. The modified ...
Modeling of modified ion-acoustic shock waves in a relativistic electron degenerate multi-ion plasma for higher order nonlinearity
A nonlinear propagation of modified ion-acoustic (mIA) shock waves in a relativistic degenerate plasma (containing inertial viscous positive and negative ion fluids, relativistic electron fluids, and negatively charged ...
Nonplanar Positron-Acoustic Shock Waves in Astrophysical Plasmas
The problem of nonlinear positron-acoustic shock waves (PASWs) in an unmagnetized, collisionless, dense plasma system (containing non-relativistic cold positrons, both non-relativistic and ultra-relativistic degenerate ...
Nonlinear Dynamics in a Nonextensive Complex Plasma with Viscous Electron Fluids
(IOP Science, 2015-10-29)
Cylindrical and spherical dust-electron-acoustic (DEA) shock waves and double layers in an unmagnetized, collisionless, complex or dusty plasma system are carried out. The plasma system is assumed to be composed of inertial ...