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VASIMR DANISHA

Dr.A.B.Rajib Hazarika,
PhD, MIAMP, FRAS, MWASET, AES Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mathematics, Diphu Govt. College, Diphu, Assam,IndiaAssam,India-782462

Variable Acceleration Stimulated Magnetoplasma Rocket(VASIMR)


Diffusion Associated Neoclassical Indegenous System of Hall Assembly(DANISHA)

VASIMR DANISHA

DIFFUSION ASSOCIATED NEOCLASSICAL INDEGINOUS SYSTEM OF HALL ASSEMBLY (DANISHA) FOR HALL EFFECT THRUSTER AND SUPPRESSION OF FLR & SHEARED AXIAL FLOW ON RTI A.B.R.HAZARIKA DEPT. OF MATHEMATICS, DIPHU GOVT. COLLEGE, DIPHU, ASSAM, INDIA-782462 e-mail: drabrh_dgc5163@rediffmail.com drabrh_dgc700702@yahoo.com drabrajibhazarikaaes@hotmail.com ABSTRACT Suppression of sheared axial flow and finite larmor radius (FLR) on Rayleigh-Taylor instability with Diffusion associated neoclassical indigenous system of Hall assembly (DANISHA) is studied in toroidal geometry coordinates for derived magneto hydrodynamic formulation for getting the thrust effect by using such magnetic device used for first time .The DANISHA hall thruster works for 22000(twenty two thousand hours) instead of 8000 hrs in case of SPT-100. The sheared axial flow is introduced into MHD and FLR effect via. The sheared axial flow with a lower peak velocity suppresses the RT instability. It is observed that the FLR suppress the RT instability strongly than the sheared axial flow. The results are same as in case of slab geometry. Keywords: Z-pinch implosions, rayleigh-taylor instability, finite larmor radius, sheared axial flow, MHD formulation, plasma propulsion, Hall thruster, plasma bridge, Hall effect devices, Hall effect hybrid, Magnetic device for propulsion. PACS: 53.35Py, 52.58Lq, 52.65Kj, 52.75Di, 85.30Fg, 85.75Nn, 85.70Rp

VASIMR(DANISHA)
xE  [ ! B C h xx c

BASIC GOVERNING EQUATIONS


(1)

Ch

2 xB [ pi E  4Ti neV !  c xx c[ ci C h

(2) xV eE !  i [  C h[ ci  V xx mi (3)

V

x C h B xV eB0 x V  ! xx 8Tme nC h B xx

xB0 x 2 B C h xx

V

(4) C h B nV x ! j! B0 constant (5)

E  x !

E x  iE y B0 x B

1 C h / 2 e i[t

(6) Boundary conditions

V  g ! 0

E   g ! 0
B  [ ! 0
pRC h K P! W
V x [ pi l K ! l[ c
4

I ce } c 2

me 40LCh n0 e [ce 3T E [ L e exe


4

1/ 2

 Eexe c exp L[ Te

RF power dissipation is given by


2 2 [ pe I ce } Re c4

jx Ex

The power lost via gas excitation and subsequent line radiation can be estimated as

Pred }

Te 8T m e

3/ 2

 E exe me n0 ne 4 exp Te E exe Te

Where
3  E exe 8Tn0 L3 miW i e 6 exp } 4 me E exe Te

1/ 2

I ce

3 10 2 0[ ce Lm i W i C h } 4n0 c e 3[ 3T E 5 exe e

1/ 2

which is square root of Hazarika constant times the VASIMR.