Cylindrical and spherical solitary waves in an electronacoustic plasma with vortex electron distribution
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We consider the nonlinear propagation of electronacoustic waves in a plasma composed of a cold electron fluid, hot electrons obeying a trapped/vortexlike distribution, and stationary ions. The basic nonlinear equations of the above described plasma are reexamined in the cylindrical (spherical) coordinates by employing the reductive perturbation technique. The modified cylindrical (spherical) KdV equation with fractional power nonlinearity is obtained as the evolution equation. Due to the nature of nonlinearity, this evolution equation cannot be reduced to the conventional KdV equation. A new family of closed form analytical approximate solution to the evolution equation and a comparison with numerical solution are presented and the results are depicted in some 2D and 3D figures. The results reveal that both solutions are in good agreement and the method can be used to obtain a new progressive wave solution for such evolution equations. Moreover, the resulting closed form analytical solution allows us to carry out a parametric study to investigate the effect of the physical parameters on the solution behavior of the modified cylindrical (spherical) KdV equation.
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