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Multiple bipolar structure of normal magnetic field at the magnetopause
Chen T(陈涛); Liu ZX(刘振兴); Zhang, X. X.; 北京8701信箱
Source PublicationPlanetary and Space Science
KeywordMagnetopause Transient Disturbance Reconnection Multiple Bipolar Structure Flux-transfer Events X-line Reconnection Dayside Magnetopause Isee Observations Surface-waves Pulsations Magnetosphere Magnetosheath Excitation Simulation
AbstractWe describe how a local plasma structure can be changed by a transverse shear flow using numerical simulation to investigate the disturbance process near the, magnetopause. The results show that magnetic field lines are bent by transverse shear flow disturbance near the current sheet region. There are multiple bipolar structures of the normal magnetic field in the numerical simulation. We term this new feature as K-point magnetic reconnection, realistic for discussing space observations.
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Funding Project中国科学院空间科学与应用研究中心
Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding Author北京8701信箱
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Chen T,Liu ZX,Zhang, X. X.,et al. Multiple bipolar structure of normal magnetic field at the magnetopause[J]. Planetary and Space Science,2003,51(6):381-386.
APA 陈涛,刘振兴,Zhang, X. X.,&北京8701信箱.(2003).Multiple bipolar structure of normal magnetic field at the magnetopause.Planetary and Space Science,51(6),381-386.
MLA 陈涛,et al."Multiple bipolar structure of normal magnetic field at the magnetopause".Planetary and Space Science 51.6(2003):381-386.
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