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Opis: Hierarchic Electrodynamics and Free Electron Lasers - Victor V. Kulish

Hierarchic Electrodynamics and Free Electron Lasers: Concepts, Calculations, and Practical Applications presents intriguing new fundamental concepts in the phenomenon of hierarchical electrodynamics as a new direction in physics. Concentrating on the key theory of hierarchic oscillations and waves, this book focuses on the numerous applications of nonlinear theory in different types of high-current Free Electron Lasers (FEL), including their primary function in the calculation methods used to analyze various multi-resonant, multi-frequency nonlinear FEL models. This is considered the first book to: Completely and systematically describe the foundation of hierarchical electrodynamics as a new direction of physics Fully represent the physics of high-current FEL-and associated models-from the hierarchic oscillation wave perspective Cover the multi-harmonic nonlinear theory of new types of electronic devices, such as plasma-beam and two-stream FEL Formulate and substantiate the concept of cluster femtosecond FEL Analyze practical prospects for a new generation of a global "Star Wars" strategic defense systems These subjects involve a wide range of disciplines. Using numerous real-world examples to illustrate information and concepts, the book offers a mathematical foundation to explore FEL applications as well as analyze hierarchic plasma-like electrodynamic systems and femto-second clusters of electromagnetic energy. Assembling fragmented concepts from existing literature, the author re-examines classic approaches in order to develop new insights and achieve scientific breakthroughs. "The book makes a strong impression not only by the scheme of the material organization but also by the choice of this material. One can say that it is extraordinary-really there are no analogous books in the contemporary literature of physics." -Peter O. Kondratenko, National Aviation University, UkrainePart I: Hierarchical Electrodynamics: Key Concepts, Ideas, and Investigation Methods High-Current Free Electron Lasers as a Historical Relic of the Star Wars Epoch Star Wars Program from Today's Point of View Key Ideas and Potential Design Elements of the Star Wars Program Femtosecond Laser Systems: Basis, Concepts, and Ideas CFEL Systems: Methods for Formation and Application of Electromagnetic Clusters Other Exotic Methods of Formation of Super-Powerful EMPs Elements of the Theory of Hierarchic Dynamic Systems Hierarchy and Hierarchic Dynamic Systems Fundamental Principles in Natural Hierarchic Systems Postulates of the Theory of Hierarchic Systems Hierarchic Trees and the Concept of the System God Hierarchic Description: Basic Ideas and Approaches Hierarchic Oscillations Oscillations as a Universal Physical Phenomenon Hierarchic Oscillations and Hierarchic Trees Relativistic Electron Beam without the Proper Magnetic Field as a Hierarchic Oscillation System Relativistic Electron Beam with the Proper Magnetic Field as a Hierarchic Oscillation System Hierarchic Waves Waves Electron Beam as a Hierarchic Wave System Elementary Mechanisms of Wave Amplification in FELs Hierarchic Description Decompression and Compression Operators: General Case of Lumped Systems Distributed Hierarchic Systems Decompression Operator in the Case of the Van der Pol Method Decompression and Compression Operators in the Case of the Averaging Methods Decompression Operator in the Case of Systems with Slow and Fast Variables Hierarchic Systems with Fast Rotating Phases General Approach Decompression Operator in the Simplest Case of One Scalar Phase Case of Two Fast Rotating Scalar Phases Case of Many Rotating Scalar Phases Method of Averaged Characteristics One Example of the Application of the Method of Averaged Characteristics Electron Oscillations in FEL-Like Electronic Systems Formulation of the Problem Cyclotron Resonances Parametric Resonances: General Case Case of Two Electromagnetic Waves Bounded (Coupled) Parametric Resonance in the Field of Three Electromagnetic Waves Model with Pumping by the Crossed Magnetic and Electric Undulation Fields Hierarchic Oscillations and Waves: The Foundation of the World? Tree of Life: The Ancient Cosmogonic Concept and Method of Investigation Hierarchy, Oscillations, Modern Physics, and the Tree of Life Evolution of the Universe in Terms of the Tree of Life Doctrine Hierarchic Cycles (Oscillations) in Earth Systems Integrity of the Surrounding World as a Totality of Seven-Level Hierarchic Besoms Instead of a Conclusion Part II: High-Current Free Electron Lasers Free Electron Lasers for the Cluster Systems Parametrical Free Electron Lasers: Most General Information Two-Stream Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers: History and Typical Design Schemes Cluster Klystron SFEL: The Main Design Schemes and Operation Principles Linear High-Current Induction Accelerators Undulation High-Current Induction Accelerators General Description of the FEL Models General FEL Model Formulation of the General FEL Problem Method of Simulating the FEL Pumping Fields Parametrical (Ordinary) Free Electron Lasers: Weak-Signal Theory Self-Consistent Truncated Equations: Simplest Example Kinematical Analysis Amplitude Analysis More General Dopplertron Model: Explosive Instability Arbitrarily Polarized Dopplertron Model: Truncated Equations Arbitrarily Polarized Kinetic Model: Approximation of Given Pumping Field in the Case of Raman Mode Arbitrarily Polarized Kinetic Model: An Approximation of a Given Pumping Field in the Case of the Compton Mode Arbitrarily Polarized Dopplertron Model: Explosive Instability in the Raman Model Explosive Instability in the Linearly Polarized Compton Model Effect of Generation of the Transverse H-Ubitron Field Ordinary (Parametrical) Free Electron Lasers: Cubic-Nonlinear Theory Truncated Equations: Dopplertron Model Truncated Equations: The H-Ubitron Model Effect of Nonlinear Generation of the Longitudinal Electric Field Isochronous Model of a Dopplertron Amplifier Generation of the Additional H-Ubitron Magnetic Field Two-Stream Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers Two-Stream Instability Ordinary Two-Stream Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers Project of the Simplest Femtosecond TSFEL Former Plasma-Beam and Parametrical Electron- Wave Superheterodyne FEL Plasma-Beam Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers: H-Ubitron Model Plasma-Beam Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers: Dopplertron Model Parametrical Three-Wave Instability in Two- Velocity High-Current Beams Parametrical Electron-Wave Two-Stream Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers Index


Szczegóły: Hierarchic Electrodynamics and Free Electron Lasers - Victor V. Kulish

Tytuł: Hierarchic Electrodynamics and Free Electron Lasers
Autor: Victor V. Kulish
Producent: Taylor
ISBN: 9781439849354
Rok produkcji: 2011
Ilość stron: 697
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.36 kg


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Hierarchic Electrodynamics and Free Electron Lasers

  • Producent: Taylor
  • Oprawa: Twarda

Hierarchic Electrodynamics and Free Electron Lasers: Concepts, Calculations, and Practical Applications presents intriguing new fundamental concepts in the phenomenon of hierarchical electrodynamics as a new direction in physics. Concentrating on the key theory of hierarchic oscillations and waves, this book focuses on the numerous applications of nonlinear theory in different types of high-current Free Electron Lasers (FEL), including their primary function in the calculation methods used to analyze various multi-resonant, multi-frequency nonlinear FEL models. This is considered the first book to: Completely and systematically describe the foundation of hierarchical electrodynamics as a new direction of physics Fully represent the physics of high-current FEL-and associated models-from the hierarchic oscillation wave perspective Cover the multi-harmonic nonlinear theory of new types of electronic devices, such as plasma-beam and two-stream FEL Formulate and substantiate the concept of cluster femtosecond FEL Analyze practical prospects for a new generation of a global "Star Wars" strategic defense systems These subjects involve a wide range of disciplines. Using numerous real-world examples to illustrate information and concepts, the book offers a mathematical foundation to explore FEL applications as well as analyze hierarchic plasma-like electrodynamic systems and femto-second clusters of electromagnetic energy. Assembling fragmented concepts from existing literature, the author re-examines classic approaches in order to develop new insights and achieve scientific breakthroughs. "The book makes a strong impression not only by the scheme of the material organization but also by the choice of this material. One can say that it is extraordinary-really there are no analogous books in the contemporary literature of physics." -Peter O. Kondratenko, National Aviation University, UkrainePart I: Hierarchical Electrodynamics: Key Concepts, Ideas, and Investigation Methods High-Current Free Electron Lasers as a Historical Relic of the Star Wars Epoch Star Wars Program from Today's Point of View Key Ideas and Potential Design Elements of the Star Wars Program Femtosecond Laser Systems: Basis, Concepts, and Ideas CFEL Systems: Methods for Formation and Application of Electromagnetic Clusters Other Exotic Methods of Formation of Super-Powerful EMPs Elements of the Theory of Hierarchic Dynamic Systems Hierarchy and Hierarchic Dynamic Systems Fundamental Principles in Natural Hierarchic Systems Postulates of the Theory of Hierarchic Systems Hierarchic Trees and the Concept of the System God Hierarchic Description: Basic Ideas and Approaches Hierarchic Oscillations Oscillations as a Universal Physical Phenomenon Hierarchic Oscillations and Hierarchic Trees Relativistic Electron Beam without the Proper Magnetic Field as a Hierarchic Oscillation System Relativistic Electron Beam with the Proper Magnetic Field as a Hierarchic Oscillation System Hierarchic Waves Waves Electron Beam as a Hierarchic Wave System Elementary Mechanisms of Wave Amplification in FELs Hierarchic Description Decompression and Compression Operators: General Case of Lumped Systems Distributed Hierarchic Systems Decompression Operator in the Case of the Van der Pol Method Decompression and Compression Operators in the Case of the Averaging Methods Decompression Operator in the Case of Systems with Slow and Fast Variables Hierarchic Systems with Fast Rotating Phases General Approach Decompression Operator in the Simplest Case of One Scalar Phase Case of Two Fast Rotating Scalar Phases Case of Many Rotating Scalar Phases Method of Averaged Characteristics One Example of the Application of the Method of Averaged Characteristics Electron Oscillations in FEL-Like Electronic Systems Formulation of the Problem Cyclotron Resonances Parametric Resonances: General Case Case of Two Electromagnetic Waves Bounded (Coupled) Parametric Resonance in the Field of Three Electromagnetic Waves Model with Pumping by the Crossed Magnetic and Electric Undulation Fields Hierarchic Oscillations and Waves: The Foundation of the World? Tree of Life: The Ancient Cosmogonic Concept and Method of Investigation Hierarchy, Oscillations, Modern Physics, and the Tree of Life Evolution of the Universe in Terms of the Tree of Life Doctrine Hierarchic Cycles (Oscillations) in Earth Systems Integrity of the Surrounding World as a Totality of Seven-Level Hierarchic Besoms Instead of a Conclusion Part II: High-Current Free Electron Lasers Free Electron Lasers for the Cluster Systems Parametrical Free Electron Lasers: Most General Information Two-Stream Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers: History and Typical Design Schemes Cluster Klystron SFEL: The Main Design Schemes and Operation Principles Linear High-Current Induction Accelerators Undulation High-Current Induction Accelerators General Description of the FEL Models General FEL Model Formulation of the General FEL Problem Method of Simulating the FEL Pumping Fields Parametrical (Ordinary) Free Electron Lasers: Weak-Signal Theory Self-Consistent Truncated Equations: Simplest Example Kinematical Analysis Amplitude Analysis More General Dopplertron Model: Explosive Instability Arbitrarily Polarized Dopplertron Model: Truncated Equations Arbitrarily Polarized Kinetic Model: Approximation of Given Pumping Field in the Case of Raman Mode Arbitrarily Polarized Kinetic Model: An Approximation of a Given Pumping Field in the Case of the Compton Mode Arbitrarily Polarized Dopplertron Model: Explosive Instability in the Raman Model Explosive Instability in the Linearly Polarized Compton Model Effect of Generation of the Transverse H-Ubitron Field Ordinary (Parametrical) Free Electron Lasers: Cubic-Nonlinear Theory Truncated Equations: Dopplertron Model Truncated Equations: The H-Ubitron Model Effect of Nonlinear Generation of the Longitudinal Electric Field Isochronous Model of a Dopplertron Amplifier Generation of the Additional H-Ubitron Magnetic Field Two-Stream Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers Two-Stream Instability Ordinary Two-Stream Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers Project of the Simplest Femtosecond TSFEL Former Plasma-Beam and Parametrical Electron- Wave Superheterodyne FEL Plasma-Beam Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers: H-Ubitron Model Plasma-Beam Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers: Dopplertron Model Parametrical Three-Wave Instability in Two- Velocity High-Current Beams Parametrical Electron-Wave Two-Stream Superheterodyne Free Electron Lasers Index

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Szczegóły: Hierarchic Electrodynamics and Free Electron Lasers - Victor V. Kulish

Tytuł: Hierarchic Electrodynamics and Free Electron Lasers
Autor: Victor V. Kulish
Producent: Taylor
ISBN: 9781439849354
Rok produkcji: 2011
Ilość stron: 697
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.36 kg


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