June 20, 2024
Alireza AbdiKian

Alireza AbdiKian

Academic rank: Associate Professor
Education: Ph.D in Theoretical Physics (Plasma)
Faculty: science


Title Modeling of nonlinear ion-acoustic solitary, snoidal and superperiodic wave phenomena due to ionospheric escape of Venus
Type Article
Dynamical system; Arbitrary-amplitude waves; Superperiodic waves; Total energy function; Phase plane analysis; Nonlinear waves; Wave breaking phenomena
Researchers Alireza AbdiKian


Solar wind induces the escape of ions from the ionospheric shell of an unmagnetized planet, Venus. To analyze the dynamics of ions due to the escape process, the modeling of ion-acoustic waves (IAWs) is scrutinized for an interaction between an upper ionospheric plasma of Venus constituting mobile electrons with two kinds of positive ions, viz, Hþ and Oþ and the solar-wind which is composed of highly energized electrons and protons. The Sagdeev pseudopotential is examined for wave breaking phenomena. Employing the concept of phase plane analysis, the formulated autonomous dynamical systems are examined for all feasible nonlinear and supernonlinear periodic waves. To support the existence of nonlinear and supernonlinear waves, the graph of the total energy function is plotted in threedimensional space. A typical set of Venusian plasma parameters are used to discuss the analytical solutions of the dynamical system by the method of Jacobi elliptic function. Effect of traveling wave velocity on the plot of the total energy function and the wave solutions are discussed.