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Magnetic reconnection phenomena in interplanetary space
Wei, F. S.; Hu, Q.; Feng, X. S.; Fan, Q. L.
Department空间天气学国家重点实验室
Source PublicationSpace science reviews
2003
Pages107-110
Language英语
ISBN0038-6308
AbstractInterplanetary magnetic reconnection(IMR) phenomena are explored based on the observational data with various time resolutions from Helios, IMP-8, ISEE3, Wind, etc. We discover that the observational evidence of the magnetic reconnection may be found in the various solar wind structures, such as at the boundary of magnetic cloud, near the current sheet, and small-scale turbulence structures, etc. We have developed a third order accuracy upwind compact difference scheme to numerically study the magnetic reconnection phenomena with high-magnetic Reynolds number (R-M = 2000-10000) in interplanetary space. The simulated results show that the magnetic reconnection process could occur under the typical interplanetary conditions. These obtained magnetic reconnection processes own basic characteristics of the high RM reconnection in interplanetary space, including multiple X-line reconnection, vortex velocity structures, filament current systems, splitting, collapse of plasma bulk, merging and evolving of magnetic islands, and lifetime in the range from minutes to hours, etc. These results could be helpful for further understanding the interplanetary basic physical processes.
KeywordInterplanetary Magnetic Reconnection Observational Evidence Numerical Simulation
Conference NameWorld Space Environment Forum (WSEF2002)
Conference Date2003
Conference PlaceAdelaide, Australia
Indexed ByCPCI
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nssc.ac.cn/handle/122/936
Collection空间科学部
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Wei, F. S.,Hu, Q.,Feng, X. S.,et al. Magnetic reconnection phenomena in interplanetary space[C]. DORDRECHT:Kluwer Academic Publ,2003:107-110.
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