Publications

Submitted

W.-L. Huang and P. Zhu, Analytical model of plasma response to external magnetic perturbation in absence of no-slip condition, submitted to Phys. Plasmas (2019).

X. Lin, D. Banerjee, P. Zhu, G.-S. Xu, Y. Ye, Y.-F. Wang, Q. Zang, T. Zhang, and Y.-J. Chen, Stabilizing effect of enhanced resistivity on peeling-ballooning instabilities on EAST, submitted to Plasma Phys. Control. Fusion (2019).

H.-L. Li and P. Zhu, Solving the Grad-Shafranov equation using spectral elements for tokamak equilibrium with toroidal rotation, submitted to ‎Comput. Phys. Commun. (2019).

H.-B. Tang, G.-Y. Hu, Y.-H. Liang, Y.-L. Wang, T. Tao, P. Hu, P. Yuan, P. Zhu, Y. Zuo, B. Zhao, and J. Zheng, Observation of large-Larmor-radius instability in laser plasma expanding into an external magnetic field, submitted to Plasma Phys. Control. Fusion (2019).

M. Laishram, P. Zhu, and D. Sharma, A dusty plasma model for characteristics of vortices in Jupiter’s atmosphere, submitted to Astrophys. J. (2019).

A. Khan, P. Zhu, and A. Ali, Evaluation of kinetic ballooning instability in the near-Earth magnetotail, submitted to J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics (2018).

D. Banerjee, P. Zhu, S.-K. Cheng, X.-T. Yan, R. Han, L.-J. Zheng, and the CFETR Physics Team, Evaluation of ideal MHD mode stability of CFETR baseline scenario, submitted to Nucl. Fusion (2017).

Published

M. Laishram, D. Sharma, and P. Zhu, Multiple steady state co-rotating dust vortices in streaming plasma, to appear in J. Phys. D (2019).

Y. Ye, G.-S. Xu, Y.-F. Wang, X. Lin, H. Guo, R. Chen, N. Yan, T. Zhang, C. Zhou, J.-C. Xu, J.-S. Hu, Z. Sun, Q. Zang, Q.-Q. Yang, P. Zhu, W. Zhang, G.-J. Wu, L. Zhang, L. Wang, L.-M. Shao, G.-H. Hu, J.-G. Li, X. Gao, D. Lin, J. Huang, K. Wang, and B.-N. Wan, Experimental study on low recycling no-ELM high confinement mode in EAST, Nucl. Fusion 59, 086044 (2019).

M.-S. Chu, W.-F. Guo, W.-D. Liu, Q.-L. Ren, K. C. Shaing, and P. Zhu, A three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic equilibrium in an axial coordinate with a constant curvature, Nucl. Fusion 59, 086004 (2019).

Y.-W. Hou, C. C. Kim, P. Zhu, Z.-H. Zou, Y.-J. Hu, X.-T. Yan, and the NIMROD Team, Numerical study of transition between even and odd toroidal Alfven eigenmodes on EAST, Phys. Plasmas  26, 082505 (2019).

Y.-R. Yang, Y.-W. Hou, W. Chen, P. Zhu, M.-Y. Ye, X.-Q. Wang, Z.-H. Zou, Y. Yu, and M. Xu, Investigation of ion fishbone stability on HL-2A using NIMROD, Plasma Sci. Technol. 21, 085101 (2019).

A. Ali and P. Zhu, Effects of Plasmoid Formation on Sawtooth Process in a Tokamak, Phys. Plasmas 26, 052518 (2019).

P. Zhu, Z.-C. Wang, J. Chen, X.-T. Yan, and R. Liu, Quasi-separatrix layers induced by ballooning instability in the near-Earth magnetotail, Ann. Geophys. 37, 325-335 (2019).

S.-K. Cheng, P. Zhu, D. Banerjee, X.-T. Yan, and CFETR Physics Team, Dominant two-fluid MHD instabilities in CFETR upgrade phase-I scenario in presence of perfect conducting wall, Plasma Phys. Control. Fusion 61, 045009 (2019).

Y.-W. Hou, M.-Y. Yu, P. Zhu, Z.-W. Ma, and M.-X. Chen, A particle-conserved weighted-average oscillator model for trapped particles in long-time nonlinear Landau damping, Phys. Plasmas 25, 114501 (2018).

M. Laishram and P. Zhu, Structural transition of vortices to nonlinear regimes in a dusty plasma, Phys. Plasmas 25, 103701 (2018).

S.-C. Yang, P. Zhu, J.-L. Xie, and W.-D. Liu, Two-fluid MHD regime of resistive drift-wave instability, Phys. Plasmas 25, 092113 (2018).

W.-X. Ding, H.-Q. Liu, J.-P. Qian, S.-B. Zhang, D. L. Brower, Z.-Y. Zou, W.-M. Li, Y. Yang, L. Zeng, J.-L. Xie, P. Zhu, C.-X. Yu, T. Lan, S.-X. Wang, H. Lian, Y.-X. Jie, L.-Q. Hu, and B.-N. Wan, Spontaneous current relaxation in NBI heated plasmas on EAST, Plasma Sci. Technol. 20, 094001 (2018).

Y.-W. Hou, P. Zhu, C. C. Kim, Z.-Q. Hu, Z.-H. Zou, Z.-X. Wang, and the NIMROD Team, NIMROD calculations of energetic particle driven toroidal Alfven eigenmodes, Phys. Plasmas 25, 012501 (2018).

B. Luo, P. Zhu, H. Li, W.-D. Liu, and KTX Team, Resistive MHD modelling of the quasi-single helicity state in the KTX regimes, Nucl. Fusion 58, 016049 (2018).

Z.-Y. Li, V.S. Chan, Y.-R. Zhu, X. Jian, J.-L. Chen, S.-K. Cheng, P. Zhu, X.-Q. Xu, T.-Y. Xia, G.-Q. Li, L.L. Lao, P.B. Snyder, X.-G. Wang, and the CFETR Physics Team, Ideal MHD stability and characteristics of edge localized modes on CFETR, Nucl. Fusion 58, 016018 (2018).

S.-K. Cheng, P. Zhu, and D. Banerjee, Enhanced toroidal flow stabilization of edge localized modes with increased plasma density, Phys. Plasmas 24, 092510 (2017)

X.-T. Yan, P. Zhu, and Y.-W. Sun, Neoclassical toroidal viscosity torque in tokamak edge pedestal induced by external resonant magnetic perturbation, Phys. Plasmas 24, 082510 (2017).

D. Banerjee, P. Zhu, and R. Maingi, Stabilizing effects of resistivity towards ELM-free H-mode discharge in Lithium-conditioned NSTX, Nucl. Fusion 57, 076005 (2017).

D. Banerjee, P. Zhu, and R. Maingi, Stabilizing effects of enhanced resistivity due to lithium-conditioning on low-n edge localized modes in NSTX, Phys. Plasmas 24, 054501 (2017).

P. Zhu, A. Bhattacharjee, A. Sangari, Z.-C. Wang, and P. Bonofiglo,  Three-dimensional geometry of magnetic reconnection induced by ballooning instability in a generalized Harris sheet, Phys. Plasmas 24, 024503 (2017).

A. Hussain, Z.-L. Zhao, J.-L. Xie, P. Zhu, W.-D. Liu, A. Ti and EAST Team, Observations of compound sawteeth in ion cyclotron resonant heating plasma using ECE imaging on experimental advanced superconducting tokamak, Phys. Plasmas 23, 042504 (2016).

W.-L. Huang and P. Zhu, The locking and unlocking thresholds for tearing modes in a cylindrical tokamak, Phys. Plasmas 23, 032505 (2016).

W.-L. Huang and P. Zhu, Mode locking and island suppression by resonant magnetic perturbations in Rutherford regime, Phys. Plasmas 22,  032502 (2015).

P. Zhu, C.R. Sovinec, and C.C. Hegna, The formation of blobs from a pure interchange process, Phys. Plasmas 22, 022311 (2015).

P. Zhu and J. Raeder, Ballooning instability-induced plasmoid formation in near-Earth plasma sheet, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics 119, 131-141 (2014).

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