Comparison of stochastic and deterministic electron motion in an intense laser pulse

Dataset

Description

This dataset provides a comparison between the classical Landau-Lifshitz theory; a semi-classical extension to it; and a stochastic single photon emission model. The stochastic model has been averaged over 10,000 initially-identical electrons. Electrons with an initial Lorentz factor \gamma = 500 (around 250 MeV) are collided head on with a 10-cycle (27 fs) circularly-polarised laser pulse with a_0 = 200, modelled by a plane wave.
Date made available21 Apr 2017
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Date of data production18 Jul 2016 - 24 Mar 2017

Cite this

Noble, A. (Creator), Yoffe, S. (Creator), MacLeod, A. (Contributor), Jaroszynski, D. (Contributor). (21 Apr 2017). Comparison of stochastic and deterministic electron motion in an intense laser pulse. University of Strathclyde. README(.txt), StochasticDeterministicComparison(ar.gz). 10.15129/65e1ff34-a855-438d-a7ab-5f4e4497c198