Volume 9, Issue 2
Improved Unlike-Particle Collision Operator for delta-f Drift-Kinetic Particle Simulations

R. A. Kolesnikov, W. X. Wang & F. L. Hinton

Commun. Comput. Phys., 9 (2011), pp. 231-239.

Published online: 2011-09

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Plasmas in modern tokamak experiments contain a significant fraction of impurity ion species in addition to main deuterium background. A new unlike-particle collision operator for δf particle simulation has been developed to study the nonlocal effects of impurities due to finite ion orbits on neoclassical transport in toroidal plasmas. A new algorithm for simulation of cross-collisions between different ion species includes test-particle and conserving field-particle operators. An improved field-particle operator is designed to exactly enforce conservation of number, momentum and energy.

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Plasmas in modern tokamak experiments contain a significant fraction of impurity ion species in addition to main deuterium background. A new unlike-particle collision operator for δf particle simulation has been developed to study the nonlocal effects of impurities due to finite ion orbits on neoclassical transport in toroidal plasmas. A new algorithm for simulation of cross-collisions between different ion species includes test-particle and conserving field-particle operators. An improved field-particle operator is designed to exactly enforce conservation of number, momentum and energy.

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Plasmas in modern tokamak experiments contain a significant fraction of impurity ion species in addition to main deuterium background. A new unlike-particle collision operator for δf particle simulation has been developed to study the nonlocal effects of impurities due to finite ion orbits on neoclassical transport in toroidal plasmas. A new algorithm for simulation of cross-collisions between different ion species includes test-particle and conserving field-particle operators. An improved field-particle operator is designed to exactly enforce conservation of number, momentum and energy.

R. A. Kolesnikov, W. X. Wang & F. L. Hinton. (2020). Improved Unlike-Particle Collision Operator for delta-f Drift-Kinetic Particle Simulations. Communications in Computational Physics. 9 (2). 231-239. doi:10.4208/cicp.090410.260410a
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