The existence of large-amplitude electron-acoustic solitary structures is investigated in an unmagnetized and collisionless two-temperature dusty plasma penetrated by an electron beam. A nonlinear pseudopotential technique is used to investigate the occurrence of stationary-profile solitary waves, and their parametric dependence on the electron beam and dust perturbation is discussed.
|Name||AIP conference proceedings|
|Publisher||American Institute of Physics|
|Conference||International Conference on the Physics of Dusty/Complex Plasmas (6th : 2011)|
|Period||16/05/11 → 20/05/11|
- Dusty (complex) plasmas
- nonlinear phenomena
- plasma interactions