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 available||21 Apr 2017|
|Publisher||University of Strathclyde|
|Date of data production||18 Jul 2016 - 24 Mar 2017|
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