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ENGS 153 - Computational Plasma Dynamics

Description

Theory and computational techniques used in contemporary plasma physics, especially nonlinear plasma dynamics, including fluid, particle and hybrid simulation approaches as well as linear dispersion codes and data analysis. This is a "hands-on" numerical course; students run plasma simulation codes and do a significant amount of new programming (using MATLAB).

Prerequisites

PHYS 68 or equivalent with ENGS 91 or equivalent recommended, or permission of the instructor

Cross Listed Courses

PHYS 118

Offered

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Term: Winter 2022
Time: Arrange
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A&S Staff