Origin of coronal mass ejection and magnetic cloud: Thermal or magnetic driven? (Englisch)

1995
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A fundamental problem in Solar-Terrestrial Physics is the origin of the solar transient plasma output, which includes the coronal mass ejection and its interplanetary manifestation, e.g. the magnetic cloud. The traditional blast wave model resulted from solar thermal pressure impulse has faced with challenge during recent years. In the MHD numerical simulation study of CME, the authors find that the basic feature of the asymmetrical event on 18 August 1980 can be reproduced neither by a thermal pressure nor by a speed increment. Also, the thermal pressure model fails in simulating the interplanetary structure with low thermal pressure and strong magnetic field strength, representative of a typical magnetic cloud. Instead, the numerical simulation results are in favor of the magnetic field expansion as the likely mechanism for both the asymmetrical CME event and magnetic cloud.

  • Titel:
    Origin of coronal mass ejection and magnetic cloud: Thermal or magnetic driven?
  • Autor / Urheber:
  • Verlag:
    NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • Erscheinungsjahr:
    1995
  • Anmerkungen:
    International Solar Wind 8 Conference; 100; NASA-CR-199940
  • Medientyp:
    Report
  • Format:
    Unbekannt
  • Sprache:
    Englisch
  • Reportnr. / Förderkennzeichen:
    19960021486; 96N24882
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