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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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Time evolution of fields in strontium ferrite permanent magnets

J. T. Volk; B. C. Brown; G. W. Foster; W. Fowler; H. D. Glass; G. P. Jackson PACS2001. Proceedings of the 2001 Particle Accelerator Conference (Cat. No.01CH37268), 2001

Field strengths for strontium ferrite permanent magnets built for the Fermilab Recycler and the 8 GeV transfer line have been measured for the past 4 years. The ferrite magnetization exhibits a time dependence parameterized by M1/M2 = -9 × 10-4 × log (t1/t2) as determined from measurements of a gradient magnet. This parameterization has been checked against several other styles ...


Paper for URSI 2011, Istanbul

Shane Lawrence 2011 XXXth URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symposium, 2011

Extreme electromagnetic anomalies in the ionosphere and and their future implications. There are many unusual and interesting anomalies in the ionosphere resulting from abnormal and even severe electromagnetic conditions. These anomalies are not often recognised as being any more significant than simply unusual. However they may have long term implications which should be considered in the light of the continually ...


Boosting wireless transmission of power with magnetic metamaterials

Jordi Prat-Camps; Carles Navau; Alvaro Sanchez 2016 Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS), 2016

Summary form only given: Metamaterials have introduced many relevant new possibilities in the manipulation of light, microwaves, sound waves, and other systems. In many cases, the design and optimization of metamaterials has been achieved in conjunction with the mathematical technique of transformation optics, which allows one to guide rays of light or electromagnetic fields along desired directions. This is achieved ...


Impact of Uncertainties in MagnetoEncephalography Inverse Problem

F. Ferraioli; A. Formisano; R. Martone 2006 12th Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation, 2006

Magnetoencephalography is a technique, based on inverse problem approach, imaging human brain activity trough magnetic sources identification inside the skull from external magnetic measurements taken using SQUIDs. In this paper, the impact of the uncertainties affecting the reconstructed data caused by the measurement noise and uncertainties is discussed


Airborne Magnetic Anomaly Navigation

Aaron Canciani; John Raquet IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 2017

Robust aerial navigation without GPS is a challenging problem. Alternative navigation systems for airborne use are often limited by where and when they can operate. For example, terrain following systems cannot operate over oceans, and star-tracker and computer-vision systems depend on weather and daylight. Navigation using the Earth's magnetic anomaly field, which is globally available at all times, shows promise ...


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Time evolution of fields in strontium ferrite permanent magnets

J. T. Volk; B. C. Brown; G. W. Foster; W. Fowler; H. D. Glass; G. P. Jackson PACS2001. Proceedings of the 2001 Particle Accelerator Conference (Cat. No.01CH37268), 2001

Field strengths for strontium ferrite permanent magnets built for the Fermilab Recycler and the 8 GeV transfer line have been measured for the past 4 years. The ferrite magnetization exhibits a time dependence parameterized by M1/M2 = -9 × 10-4 × log (t1/t2) as determined from measurements of a gradient magnet. This parameterization has been checked against several other styles ...


Paper for URSI 2011, Istanbul

Shane Lawrence 2011 XXXth URSI General Assembly and Scientific Symposium, 2011

Extreme electromagnetic anomalies in the ionosphere and and their future implications. There are many unusual and interesting anomalies in the ionosphere resulting from abnormal and even severe electromagnetic conditions. These anomalies are not often recognised as being any more significant than simply unusual. However they may have long term implications which should be considered in the light of the continually ...


Boosting wireless transmission of power with magnetic metamaterials

Jordi Prat-Camps; Carles Navau; Alvaro Sanchez 2016 Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS), 2016

Summary form only given: Metamaterials have introduced many relevant new possibilities in the manipulation of light, microwaves, sound waves, and other systems. In many cases, the design and optimization of metamaterials has been achieved in conjunction with the mathematical technique of transformation optics, which allows one to guide rays of light or electromagnetic fields along desired directions. This is achieved ...


Impact of Uncertainties in MagnetoEncephalography Inverse Problem

F. Ferraioli; A. Formisano; R. Martone 2006 12th Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation, 2006

Magnetoencephalography is a technique, based on inverse problem approach, imaging human brain activity trough magnetic sources identification inside the skull from external magnetic measurements taken using SQUIDs. In this paper, the impact of the uncertainties affecting the reconstructed data caused by the measurement noise and uncertainties is discussed


Airborne Magnetic Anomaly Navigation

Aaron Canciani; John Raquet IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 2017

Robust aerial navigation without GPS is a challenging problem. Alternative navigation systems for airborne use are often limited by where and when they can operate. For example, terrain following systems cannot operate over oceans, and star-tracker and computer-vision systems depend on weather and daylight. Navigation using the Earth's magnetic anomaly field, which is globally available at all times, shows promise ...


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  • 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.

  • 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.



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