Abstract: This study investigates a strong magnetic field acting over an elastic rotator semiconductor medium. The Thomson effect due to the magnetic field during the photothermal transport process is studied, and the thermoelectricity theory is used to explain the behavior of waves in the homogenous and isotropic medium under the effect of variable thermal conductivity. The variable thermal conductivity is considered as a linear function of the temperature. The two-dimensional deformation equations are used to describe the overlaps among plasma, electrical, thermal, and magneto-elastic waves. The charge density of inertia-particles is considered as a function of time for studying the induced electric current. The normal mode analysis is used to obtain the exact solutions of the physical field distributions as part of this phenomenon. To obtain the complete solutions of the physical field quantities, the certain mechanical loads, electromagnetic effects, thermal effects, and plasma recombination process are applied herein. The results of the physical distributions are graphically depicted and discussed in consideration of the internal heat source, rotation, and Peltier coefficient.
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