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Modeling of pitch angle distribution on the dayside of the Earth's magnetosphere
Sergey V. Smolin^{} ^{} Institute of Engineering Physics and Radioelectronics, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Abstract:
The mathematical model of pitchangle diffusion in the magnetosphere which allows to compute theoretically density of phase space or pitch angle distribution of the charged particles is offered. On concrete examples of pitch angle distribution evolution during the 1–7 May 1998 geomagnetic storm within its last 68 hours potential opportunities of offered model of pitchangle diffusion on the dayside of the Earth's magnetosphere are shown.
Keywords:
protons, pitchangle diffusion, magnetosphere of the Earth.
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550.383 Received: 18.09.2011 Received in revised form: 25.12.2011 Accepted: 10.01.2012
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Sergey V. Smolin, “Modeling of pitch angle distribution on the dayside of the Earth's magnetosphere”, J. Sib. Fed. Univ. Math. Phys., 5:2 (2012), 269–275
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