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Transient reconnection caused by non-homogenous dynamic pressure
Liu ZX(刘振兴); Chen T(陈涛); 北京8701信箱
Source PublicationProgress in Natural Science
KeywordPlasma Boundary Layer Dynamic Pressure Impact Transient Reconnection Magnetic-flux Transfer Magnetopause Field
AbstractIt is proposed that local and transient reconnection in the plasma boundary layer can be caused by the impart and switch-off of non-homogenous dynamic pressure. Magnetohydrodynamic simulation is used to investigate the reconnection processes in these two cases. It is found that if the inflow is homogeneous, the reconnection will not take place; if the inflow is a shearing flow, no matter how great the shear of the flow is, the reconnection can be caused either during or after the impacting period. It is pointed out that a sudden stop of external force may be an important triggering mechanism of energy transformation and reconnection in the plasma boundary layer region.
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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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Liu ZX,Chen T,北京8701信箱. Transient reconnection caused by non-homogenous dynamic pressure[J]. Progress in Natural Science,2000,10(11):826-830.
APA 刘振兴,陈涛,&北京8701信箱.(2000).Transient reconnection caused by non-homogenous dynamic pressure.Progress in Natural Science,10(11),826-830.
MLA 刘振兴,et al."Transient reconnection caused by non-homogenous dynamic pressure".Progress in Natural Science 10.11(2000):826-830.
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