A note on the theory of transverse diffusion in shock particle acceleration
 Abstract
We investigate the role of the form of the spatial diffusion coefficient in shock acceleration of fast particles. Referring to nonclassical diffusion and using the results of numerical (hybrid) simulations tailored for the downstream shock population in quasiperpendicualr highMach number collisionless shocks to which we apply the theory, we demonstrate that the inferred diffusion coefficients are in excellent agreement with the requirements of the theory and its predictions. Diffusion in the collisionless regime turns out to be nonclassical Gibbsian (L\'evy flight), timedependent though weak.
 Further Information
 arXiv:0811.3938v1 [astroph]
 BibTeX

@article{id1357, author = {Treumann, R. A.}, journal = {ARXIV [astroph]}, language = {en}, pages = {15}, title = {A note on the theory of transverse diffusion in shock particle acceleration}, url = {arXiv:0811.3938v1 [astroph]}, volume = {0811.3938v1 [astroph]}, year = {2008}, }
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%O Journal Article %A Treumann, R. A. %J ARXIV [astroph] %G en %P 15 %T A note on the theory of transverse diffusion in shock particle acceleration %U arXiv:0811.3938v1 [astroph] %V 0811.3938v1 [astroph] %D 2008