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Quantum-Wiggler electrodynamic identification of nuclear electromagnetic pulse as being free-electron two-quantum magnetic-Wiggler Bremsstrahlung
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Astrophysics & Aerospace Technology

ISSN: 2329-6542

Open Access

Quantum-Wiggler electrodynamic identification of nuclear electromagnetic pulse as being free-electron two-quantum magnetic-Wiggler Bremsstrahlung


International Conference on Planetary Science and Particle Physics

August 27-28, 2018 | Boston, USA

Shang H Kim

Colorado State University, USA

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Astrophys Aerospace Technol

Abstract :

The electron thermal energy k*T, where k and T are Boltzmann's constant, and temperature, respectively, can be viewed as being the uncertainty in the electron energy, ╬?E. When ╬▒ >> ╬?E/h=k*T/h >> f, where f and ╬▒ are the radiation frequency and the rate of the transition accompanied with the radiation, respectively, the radiation power from an electron is given by P= ╬?E*f=k*T*f [1,2,3]. We assume that a spatially non-uniform magnetic field is represented by its most dominant mode, and calculate the transition rate of free-electron two-quantum magnetic-wiggler bremsstrahlung (FETQMWB) driven by the field of this mode and the electron's intrinsic motivity to change its internal configuration through spontaneously emission. We find that ╬▒ >> k*T/h >> f is satisfied in the plasma generated by nuclear explosion, and formulate the total radiation power in terms of plasma and magnetic field parameters. We envision a scheme to generate a super strong electromagnetic pulse (EMP) of FETQMWB by compressing a high-temperature highdensity electron beam to become a beam of thermonuclear temperature and ultra-dense beam with a pulsed periodic axial magnetic field in a theta-pinch-like configuration.

Biography :

E-mail: kim_shang_hoo@hotmail.com

 

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