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 NS  Vol.2 No.2 , February 2010
Magnetohydrodynamic equations for toroidal plasmas
Abstract: A set of reduced MHD equations is derived us-ing the standard energy balance equation. By applying assumption of internal energy, i.e. , a set of reduced magnetohydro-dynamic equations are obtained for large aspect ratio, high tokamaks. These equations in-clude all terms of the same or der as the toroidal effect and only involve three variables, namely the ?ux, stream function and internal energy.
Cite this paper: Asif, M. (2010) Magnetohydrodynamic equations for toroidal plasmas. Natural Science, 2, 95-97. doi: 10.4236/ns.2010.22015.
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