In this paper, we continue the study of the derivation of different types of kinetic equations which arise from scaling limits of interacting particle systems. We began this study in [Rend. Lincei Mat. Appl. 32 (2021), 335–377]. More precisely, we consider the derivation of the kinetic equations for systems with long-range interaction. Particular emphasis is put on the fact that all the kinetic regimes can be obtained approximating the dynamics of interacting particle systems, as well as the dynamics of Rayleigh gases, by a stochastic Langevin-type dynamics for a single particle. We will present this approximation in detail and we will obtain precise formulas for the diffusion and friction coefficients appearing in the limit Fokker–Planck equation for the probability density of the tagged particle f (x, v, t), for three different classes of potentials. The case of interaction potentials behaving as Coulombian potentials at large distances will be considered in detail. In particular, we will discuss the onset of the the so-called Coulombian logarithm.

Interacting particle systems with long-range interactions: Approximation by tagged particles in random fields

Nota A.
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2022-01-01

Abstract

In this paper, we continue the study of the derivation of different types of kinetic equations which arise from scaling limits of interacting particle systems. We began this study in [Rend. Lincei Mat. Appl. 32 (2021), 335–377]. More precisely, we consider the derivation of the kinetic equations for systems with long-range interaction. Particular emphasis is put on the fact that all the kinetic regimes can be obtained approximating the dynamics of interacting particle systems, as well as the dynamics of Rayleigh gases, by a stochastic Langevin-type dynamics for a single particle. We will present this approximation in detail and we will obtain precise formulas for the diffusion and friction coefficients appearing in the limit Fokker–Planck equation for the probability density of the tagged particle f (x, v, t), for three different classes of potentials. The case of interaction potentials behaving as Coulombian potentials at large distances will be considered in detail. In particular, we will discuss the onset of the the so-called Coulombian logarithm.
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