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On the dynamics of small-scale solar magnetic elements

T. E. Berger

On the dynamics of small-scale solar magnetic elements

by T. E. Berger

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solar magnetic field,
  • Magnetic field configurations,
  • Morphology,
  • Magnetic flux

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesOn the dynamics of small scale solar magnetic elements.
    StatementT.E. Berger and A.M. Title.
    Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-204729., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-204729.
    ContributionsTitle, A. M., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17573121M
    OCLC/WorldCa40186042

    Key words: Sun, solar magnetic fields, stochastic analysis. DATA PROCESSING With the advent of digitized solar magnetograms with a ∼2 resolution (the SOHO/MDI archive, everyday magnetic maps), it has become possible to study the small-scale (∼10) stochastic proper-ties of the solar magnetic field (Abramenko et al. The Case for High Resolution in Solar Physics: 1: Thomas, J. Small Scale Magnetic Flux Tubes in the Photosphere: A Simulation Perspective: Steiner, O. Dynamics of Magnetic Elements in the Photosphere and the Formation of Spicules: van Ballegooijen, A. A.; Nisenson, P. High Resolution Observations of the Dynamics of Magnetic Elements:

    A Science Strategy for Space Physics: Chapter 3 A Science Strategy for Space Physics 3 The Structure and Dynamics of Magnetospheres and Their Coupling to Adjacent Regions SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUND When the solar wind reaches a magnetized planet such as Earth, this collisionless plasma interacts with the magnetic field, initiating a complex process. Hα Structures and Small-Scale Magnetic Field Configurations. Pages Solar Magnetic Fields in Association with Flares. Pages Michard, R. The Possibility of Magnetic Field Origin in Fine Structure Elements of Solar Features. Pages Kopecký, M. (et al.) Brand: Springer Netherlands.

      Within the limits of solar B-angle visibility (and projection effects of line-of-sight magnetic fields), the behavior of MRoI at high latitudes is roughly constant over the solar cycle with little migration. The only excursions occur near solar maximum with a preponderance of magnetic flux elements that cancel over short by: Abstract: A key question in understanding the observed magnetic field topologies of cool stars is the link between the small- and the large-scale magnetic field and the influence of the stellar parameters on the magnetic field topology. We examine various simulated stars to connect the small-scale with the observable large-scale field. The highly resolved 3D simulations we used Cited by: 4.


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On the dynamics of small-scale solar magnetic elements by T. E. Berger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. On the dynamics of small-scale solar magnetic elements. [Thomas Edward Berger; Alan Title; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

Sigwarth et al.: Dynamics of solar magnetic elements Fig. Spectroheliograms in the continuum and in Doppler velocity of the observed quiet sun. Dynamics of Magnetic Flux Elements in the Solar Photosphere A.

van Ballegooijen, P. Nise nson, R. Noy es Harvard-Smithsonian Cen ter for. Observations of the solar magnetic field reveal a bewildering variety of structures and activities. Phenomena vary in scale from sizes comparable to On the dynamics of small-scale solar magnetic elements book solar radius to the limit of present resolution, and in duration from tens of years to minutes (see, for instance, Schrijver and Zwann ).At the large end of the scale are active regions: highly structured complexes, Cited by: The solar magnetic field controls the dynamics and topology of all coronal phenomena.

Heated plasma flows along magnetic field lines and energetic particles can only propagate along magnetic field lines. Coronal loops are nothing other than conduits filled with heated plasma, shaped by the geometry of the coronal magnetic field, where cross-field diffusion is strongly.

This reveals again the presence of many current sheets, small scale dynamics in the region of strong confinement of the magnetic field in the low chromosphere, in response to the flux changes seen Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {Interaction of convection and small-scale magnetic fields: influence on the solar luminosity}, author = {Nordlund, A.}, abstractNote = {Changes in the local solar luminosity due to the presence of a small scale structured (facular) magnetic field in the photosphere are discussed.

The discussion is based on three dimensional numerical. Small-scale magnetic field is ubiquitous on the solar surface and dominates in terms of unsigned flux over active region magnetic field at any time during the solar cycle.

The strength of the quiet sun magnetic field shows only little variation with the solar cycle suggesting a. @article{osti_, title = {High-frequency Oscillations in Small Magnetic Elements Observed with Sunrise/SuFI}, author = {Jafarzadeh, S. and Solanki, S.

and Cameron, R. and Danilovic, S. and Stangalini, M. and Steiner, O., E-mail: [email protected]}, abstractNote = {We characterize waves in small magnetic elements and investigate their. The workshop of which this volume contains the proceedings aimed at a synthesis between observers and theorists, both with regard to the discrete elements that are the building blocks of solar magnetism and with regard to the larger-scale spatial and temporal patterns in which the magnetic elements emerge and disappear.

Waves in the Lower Solar Atmosphere: examining small-scale magnetic elements as a source of waves. Dr Peter Keys, Queen’s University Belfast, UK. Abstract. Highly dynamic small-scale features such as magnetic bright points. In the following subsections, each of the small-scale energy release events will be briefly reviewed, with particular emphasis on the investigations of magnetic field configurations.

FIG. Small-scale energy release events in the solar atmosphere. A variety of differently termed small-scale events accompanied by. Magnetic elements --Properties of small magnetic elements --Dynamics of small magnetic elements in a growing active region --The upper photosphere and lower chromosphere of small-scale magnetic and magnetic field in the photosphere regulates the field dispersal and drives the instabilities which heat the outer solar atmosphere.

The book. funded by Stanford continued his study of the dynamics of small scale magnetic flux elements in the solar photosphere. Using the Lockheed/Swedish Solar Observatory data collected in the summer of at La Palma, several time sequences of images taken in the Angstrom bandhead of the CH radical have been made into movies.

Introduction. As solar surface small scale magnetic fields possess enough magnetic energy to play a dominant role for the energy balance of the Sun’s atmosphere and cover all spatial and temporal scales that observations can currently resolve, the quiet Sun magnetism is now a hot topic of : M.I.

Stodilka. Abstract. The observed properties of small-scale solar magnetic fields are reviewed. Most of the magnetic flux in the photosphere is in the form of strong fields of about – mT (1–2 kG), which have remarkably similar properties regardless of whether they occur in active or quiet regions.

These fields are associated with strong atmospheric by: RAKHMANOVA ET AL.: DYNAMICS OF THE SMALL-SCALE SOLAR WIND STRUCTURES magnetic field changes are largewhile there is, a small change of the bulk velocity, and also the total pressure changes slightly.

In this study, we analyzed 15 events similar to the above one. These eventswere observed in the – years. Solar Flares – Observations and Theory B. Vrˇsnakˇ 27 Coronal Mass Ejections and Magnetic Helicity L. van Driel-Gesztelyi 57 High Energy Radiation from the Sun J.C.

Brown 87 Physics ofSolar Prominences P. Heinzel and U. Anzer Eight Years ofSOHO: Some Highlights B. Fleck Contributed Papers 21 2-D Compressible Reconnection Model. The Sun is the star at the center of the Solar is a nearly perfect sphere of hot plasma, with internal convective motion that generates a magnetic field via a dynamo process.

It is by far the most important source of energy for life on diameter is about million kilometers (, miles), or times that of Earth, and its mass is abouttimes that of distance from Earth: 1 au ≈ ×10⁸ km, 8.

Basically, I am assuming that magnetic fields are brought to the photosphere, and then can move on the Sun’s surface towards regions of lowered potential energy. This is one aspect of the Solar magnetic field mapping model.

Additional file 1 discusses detailed aspects of the model; running the model, along with the by: 2. Small-Scale Solar Magnetic Fields weak Stokes V signal found in the interiors of supergranular cells.

A separate category, the turbulent field, has also been proposed. It is not clear which of the further proposed types of quiet-sun magnetic fields, such as ‘granular fields’ (Lin and Rimmele ), horizontal. Magnetic fields are routinely used in industry to heat, pump, stir and levitate liquid metals.

There is the terrestrial magnetic field that is maintained by fluid motion in the earth's core, the solar magnetic field, which generates sunspots and solar flares, and the galactic field that influences the formation of stars. This introductory text on magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) (the Reviews: 1.DKIST will observe solar plasma processes and magnetic fields with unprecedented resolution in space and time.

It will provide critical information needed to solve the mysteries associated with the generation, structure, and dynamics of the surface magnetic fields, which govern the solar wind, solar flares, and short-term solar variability.