Resistive and viscous convection in a cylindrical plasma
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It is shown that the combined effect of resistivity, viscosity, and thermal conductivity leads to large-scale stationary convection. This is done for a cylindrical current-carrying plasma in a shearless magnetic field. Convection is shown to take place for large wave numbers and BBz1.
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Quote ItemPhysical Review A, Volumen 28, Number 5, November 1983