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- 3De Zeeuw, Darren L.
- 3Gombosi, Tamas I.
- 3Kabin, Konstantin
- 3Rankin, Robert
- 3Ridley, Aaron J.
- 2Clauer, C. Robert
- 2Global Mhd Modeling
- 2Open-Closed Field Line Boundary
- 1Aligned Currents
- 1Auroral Belt
- 1Circulation Model
Open‐closed field line boundary position: A parametric study using an MHD modelournal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 109(A5), [ppDownload
In this paper we investigate the effect of changes in the interplanetary magnetic field ( IMF), solar wind dynamic pressure, and dipole tilt angle on the position of the ionospheric projection of the open-closed field line boundary (OCB) in a magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) model. We carry out a large...
Comparison of photometer and global MHD determination of the open‐closed field line boundaryournal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 109(A1), [ppDownload
We compare open-closed field line boundary positions from the BATS-R-US Global MHD model and CANOPUS photometer measurements of red-line emissions. We choose intervals of steady interplanetary and ionospheric conditions in order to adhere to the \"steady-state'' picture that we are trying to...
Comparison of the open‐closed separatrix in a global magnetospheric simulation with observations: The role of the ring currentDownload
Kabin, Konstantin, Lu, J. Y., Rankin, Robert, Gombosi, Tamas I., Watt, Clare E. J., Ridley, Aaron J., Toth, Gabor, Milan, Steve E., Zhang, Jichun, Rae, I. Johnathan, Clauer, C. Robert, De Zeeuw, Darren L., Fenrich, Frances
The development of global magnetospheric models, such as Space Weather Modeling Framework (SWMF), which can accurately reproduce and track space weather processes has high practical utility. We present an interval on 5 June 1998, where the location of the polar cap boundary, or open-closed field...