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Ring Current Decay Time Model During Geomagnetic Storms: a Simple Analytical Approach : Volume 26, Issue 9 (03/09/2008)

By Monreal MacMahon, R.

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Title: Ring Current Decay Time Model During Geomagnetic Storms: a Simple Analytical Approach : Volume 26, Issue 9 (03/09/2008)  
Author: Monreal MacMahon, R.
Volume: Vol. 26, Issue 9
Language: English
Subject: Science, Annales, Geophysicae
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Copernicus GmbH
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2008
Publisher: Copernicus Gmbh, Göttingen, Germany
Member Page: Copernicus Publications

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Macmahon, R. M., & Llop-Romero, C. (2008). Ring Current Decay Time Model During Geomagnetic Storms: a Simple Analytical Approach : Volume 26, Issue 9 (03/09/2008). Retrieved from http://worldebooklibrary.com/


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Description: University of Magallanes, CEQUA, Space Physics Lab, Casilla 113-D, Punta Arenas, Chile. The ring current growth and decay, characterized by the Dst index, has been studied for thirty years using the Burton et al. (1975) equation. The original formula is based on the restriction of the DPS (Dessler, Parker, and Schoppke) theorem and assuming a constant decay time of particles. The decay time scale is important because the energy injection rate cannot be determined it without the knowledge of this parameter. In a previous work, instead of using a constant value, we introduced the decay time of particles in the energy rate balance equation as a continuous function of the absolute value of the pressure corrected Dst index to avoid the reported discontinuities determining it. Here, based on the DPS restriction, we extend our previous empirical work to obtain analytically the proposed continuous function considering losses due to a global resistive force as a product of viscous-like, and other related dissipation processes. We test our model predicting Dst for a couple of specific storm events and also comparing our results with forecasts of a good reference model appeared in the literature.

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Ring current decay time model during geomagnetic storms: a simple analytical approach

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