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Anomalous acceleration/heating of charged particles in a random electric field

Abstract : Acceleration and heating of particles in a given electric field is considered by performing test particle type simulations. The purpose of this study is to identify relationships between statistics of the electric field and those of particles. Electric field is taken to be constant on some randomly chosen intervals and random in other intervals. Potential applications are particle acceleration or heating in quasiparallel shock regions or in solar corona where multiple reconnection sites can occur.
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Vladimir Krasnoselskikh, T. Hada, B. Lefebvre. Anomalous acceleration/heating of charged particles in a random electric field. The solar wind nine conference, 1999, Nantucket, United States. pp.377-380, ⟨10.1063/1.58776⟩. ⟨insu-02926910⟩

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