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A magnetosphere is formed when a stream of charged particles, such as the solar wind, interacts with and is deflected by the intrinsic magnetic field of a planet or similar body. (Wikipedia.org)






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2012 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA)

The 14th edition of ICEAA is coupled to the 2nd edition of IEEE-APWC 2012. The two conferences consist of invited and contributed papers, and share a common organization, registration fee, submission site, workshops and short courses, and social events. The proceedings of both conferences will be published on IEEE Xplore.



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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on

Plasma science and engineering, including: magnetofluid dynamics and thermionics; plasma dynamics; gaseous electronics and arc technology; controlled thermonuclear fusion; electron, ion, and plasma sources; space plasmas; high-current relativistic electron beams; laser-plasma interactions; diagnostics; plasma chemistry and colloidal and solid-state plasmas.




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A Galactic Model for Production of Cosmic Rays and Radio Noise

L. Marshall Proceedings of the IRE, 1958

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Chorus, hiss, and other audio-frequency emissions at stations of the whistlers-east network

T. Laaspere; M. G. Morgan; W. C. Johnson Proceedings of the IEEE, 1964

Ionospherics, electromagnetic waves originating somewhere in the ionosphere or the magnetosphere of the earth, have been recorded for more than six years in the audio-frequency band at the Whistlers-East chain of ground-based receiving stations which extend approximately along the 0° geomagnetic meridian from Labrador to Antarctica. This has made it possible to study the latitude dependence of: 1) the local ...


Low temperature behavior of the magnetic permeability aftereffect in amorphous ferromagnetic alloys

P. Allia; F. Vinai; R. Turtelli IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1987

Measurements of the aftereffect of the magnetic permeability of a Fe-Ni-Mo-B amorphous alloy have been performed as a function of absolute temperature between 20 K and 300 K. The effect of a variation in the alloy's rate of quenching from the melt is investigated. Measurements of saturation magnetization, saturation magnetostriction, and permeability aftereffect, have been performed at T=77 K on ...


The collinear interaction between forward volume magnetostatic waves and guided light in YIG films

S. H. Talisa IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1988

The TE-to-TM optical mode conversion that takes place when magnetostatic waves (MSW) and a guided light beam propagate collinearly in an yttrium-iron-garnet (YIG) film is investigated. The experimental results show unexpectedly high intensity and broad bandwidth when microwave power levels on the order of 35 dBm are used. This effect is clearly nonlinear, and it is speculated that it could ...


Effects of Two-Temperature Ions and External Magnetic Field on Dust-Acoustic Solitary Waves in a Dusty Plasma

Esmaeil Eslami; Rasool Baraz IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 2013

In this paper, a reductive perturbation theory is used to derive a Korteweg-de Vries equation for a magnetized dusty plasma consisting of cold dust grains, Boltzmann distributed electrons, and Boltzmann distributed ions at two different temperatures. The renormalization method is used to obtain stationary solutions of these coupled equations. The effects of two- temperature ions and external magnetic field on ...


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A Galactic Model for Production of Cosmic Rays and Radio Noise

L. Marshall Proceedings of the IRE, 1958

First Page of the Article ![](/xploreAssets/images/absImages/04065246.png)


Chorus, hiss, and other audio-frequency emissions at stations of the whistlers-east network

T. Laaspere; M. G. Morgan; W. C. Johnson Proceedings of the IEEE, 1964

Ionospherics, electromagnetic waves originating somewhere in the ionosphere or the magnetosphere of the earth, have been recorded for more than six years in the audio-frequency band at the Whistlers-East chain of ground-based receiving stations which extend approximately along the 0° geomagnetic meridian from Labrador to Antarctica. This has made it possible to study the latitude dependence of: 1) the local ...


Low temperature behavior of the magnetic permeability aftereffect in amorphous ferromagnetic alloys

P. Allia; F. Vinai; R. Turtelli IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1987

Measurements of the aftereffect of the magnetic permeability of a Fe-Ni-Mo-B amorphous alloy have been performed as a function of absolute temperature between 20 K and 300 K. The effect of a variation in the alloy's rate of quenching from the melt is investigated. Measurements of saturation magnetization, saturation magnetostriction, and permeability aftereffect, have been performed at T=77 K on ...


The collinear interaction between forward volume magnetostatic waves and guided light in YIG films

S. H. Talisa IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1988

The TE-to-TM optical mode conversion that takes place when magnetostatic waves (MSW) and a guided light beam propagate collinearly in an yttrium-iron-garnet (YIG) film is investigated. The experimental results show unexpectedly high intensity and broad bandwidth when microwave power levels on the order of 35 dBm are used. This effect is clearly nonlinear, and it is speculated that it could ...


Effects of Two-Temperature Ions and External Magnetic Field on Dust-Acoustic Solitary Waves in a Dusty Plasma

Esmaeil Eslami; Rasool Baraz IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 2013

In this paper, a reductive perturbation theory is used to derive a Korteweg-de Vries equation for a magnetized dusty plasma consisting of cold dust grains, Boltzmann distributed electrons, and Boltzmann distributed ions at two different temperatures. The renormalization method is used to obtain stationary solutions of these coupled equations. The effects of two- temperature ions and external magnetic field on ...


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  • Recent Scientific Advances in Geospace Research Using Coherent and IncoherentScatter Radars

    Radio probing of the ionosphere was one of the first examples of remote sensing of man's environmental envelope, starting with the well-documented experiments of Marconi, and Appleton and Tuve in 1902. Over the intervening century, active radio remote-sensing techniques have developed very significantly, and have been applied to the study of ?>geospace,?> the closely coupled ionosphere-thermosphere-magnetosphere-solar-wind system. Geospace research now demands high-resolution spatial and temporal measurements. This has led to the development of new experimental techniques, such as the multi- beam, dual-site, high- and very-high-frequency radars. These have been matched by novel ways of exploiting existing radar techniques, such as digital ionosondes used to make routine measurements of winds in the thermosphere and plasma velocity in the ionosphere. The review concentrates upon recent advances of scientific knowledge arising from radar studies of geospace. It highlights developments that have occurred over a very wide range of altitudes, from the mesosphere (70-90 km) to the ionospheric signatures of reconnection on the nightside that are ?> 50-100 Re from the Earth's surface. The review also points briefly to the radar developments and scientific topics that will enhance further man's understanding of geospace in the next few years.

  • Wave Interactions with Geomagnetically Trapped Electrons

    Geomagnetically trapped electrons are removed from the radiation belts by pitch-angle scattering with plasma waves. Much theoretical and experimental evidence supports the argument that VLF whistlers, plasmaspheric hiss, chorus, and ground-based transmitters contribute to this removal. However, there is considerable uncertainty about which class of waves is most important in the various regions of the magnetosphere. A better knowledge of the wave fields throughout the magnetosphere is needed for a complete assessment of the electron-wave interaction process.



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