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Magneto-optic probe measurements in low density-supersonic jets

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  • David M Oliver
  • T. G. White
  • P. Maybe
  • M. Kühn-Kauffeldt
  • L. Döhl
  • R. Clarke
  • P. Graham
  • R. Heathcote
  • M. Koenig
  • Y. Kuramitsu
  • D.Q. Lamb
  • J. Meinecke
  • T. Michel
  • F. Miniati
  • M M Notley
  • B. Reville
  • S Sarkar
  • Y. Sakawa
  • A. A. Schekochihin
  • P. Tzeferacos
  • H. S. Park
  • G. Gregori


Publication details

JournalJournal of Instrumentation
DateAccepted/In press - 9 Nov 2017
DatePublished (current) - 1 Dec 2017
Issue number12
Number of pages12
Original languageEnglish


A magneto-optic probe was used to make time-resolved measurements of the magnetic field in both a single supersonic jet and in a collision between two supersonic turbulent jets, with an electron density 1018 cm-3 and electron temperature 4 eV. The magneto-optic data indicated the magnetic field reaches B 200 G. The measured values are compared against those obtained with a magnetic induction probe. Good agreement of the time-dependent magnetic field measured using the two techniques is found.

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    Research areas

  • Lasers, Plasma diagnostics - probes

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