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Spectroscopic Study of Highly Ionised Plasmas : Detailed and Statistical Approaches

Abstract : The description of spectralproperties of highly ionized plasmas – asthose studied in stellar atmospheres, facilitiesfor nuclear fusion, or laser-plasmasexperiments – may require different types ofinterpretation, among which the detailed line by-line accounting which relies on Hamiltoniandiagonalization and the statistical approachbased on the characterization of spectralstructures through distribution moments.My PhD work aims at developing statisticalmethods dealing with situations whereabundant lines gather in Unresolved TransitionArrays (UTA).To this end, analytical and numerical analysishave been carried out. On one hand, high-ordermoments of spin-orbit energy have beenderived using averaging calculation techniquesbased on second quantization results andangular momentum algebra. On the other hand,after implementing a post-processing programfor both detailed and UTA computations of theFlexible Atomic Code (FAC), emission andabsorption spectra of tungsten plasmas havebeen studied in tokamak-equivalentthermodynamic conditions.Results of this thesis should hopefully stimulatefurther analysis on averages computationinvolving complex transition processes.
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Xieyu Na. Spectroscopic Study of Highly Ionised Plasmas : Detailed and Statistical Approaches. High Energy Physics - Theory [hep-th]. Université Paris Saclay (COmUE), 2017. English. ⟨NNT : 2017SACLS592⟩. ⟨tel-01696804⟩

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