2 | | = The following FORTRAN examples are showing various computational and numerical methods for mathematical modeling in the field of plasma physics.= |

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4 | | == Suppose that a charge particle move in magnetic filed. The force from the magnetic filed is always perpendicular to its direction of motion, for that reason the motion is circular. That force is called Lorentz force and depends on the particle velocity and its charge. But if on the charge particle motion is affect plus electric filed, the motion will be treated as the superposition of a relatively fast circular motion around a point called the guiding center and a relatively slow drift of this point.== |

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| 3 | = FORTRAN lab in Plasma physics = |

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| 5 | The following FORTRAN examples are showing various computational and numerical methods for mathematical modeling in the field of plasma physics. |

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| 7 | Suppose that a charge particle move in magnetic filed. The force from the magnetic filed is always perpendicular to its direction of motion, for that reason the motion is circular. That force is called Lorentz force and depends on the particle velocity and its charge. But if on the charge particle motion is affect plus electric filed, the motion will be treated as the superposition of a relatively fast circular motion around a point called the guiding center and a relatively slow drift of this point. |

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