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Dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer-flux rope system.

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**1996** by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Self-consistent non-planar magnetohydrodynamic simulation. |

Statement | S.T. Wu and W.P. Guo, Murray Dryer. |

Series | [NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-203253. |

Contributions | Guo, W. P., Dryer, Murray., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17593618M |

OCLC/WorldCa | 41982731 |

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Dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer - Flux rope system: II. A self-consistent non-planar magnetohydrodynamic simulation Article (PDF Available) in Solar Physics (2). These numerical simulations also show that the dynamical behavior of the streamer – flux rope system has three distinct states: (i) quasi-equilibrium, (ii) non-equilibrium, and (iii) eruptive state depending on the energy level of the flux by: Title: Dynamical Evolution of a Coronal Streamer - Flux Rope System - II.

A Self-Consistent Non-Planar Magnetohydrodynamic Simulation: Authors: Wu, S. T.; Guo, W. Because of this more physically-realistic configuration, we are able to examine the dynamical evolution of the helical flux rope's interaction with the helmet streamer.

This process leads to the formation of two parts of the solar mass ejection: (i) the expulsion of the helmet dome due to eruption of this flux rope, and (ii) the flux rope's eruption : S.

Wu, W. Guo and Murray Dryer. Get this from a library. Dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer-flux rope system. II, A self-consistent non-planar magnetohydrodynamic simulation.

[S Dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer-flux rope system. book Wu; W P Guo; Murray Dryer; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. The Theory of Evolution and Dynamical Systems: Mathematical Aspects of Selection (London Mathematical Society Student Texts) Printed Access Code See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats Dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer-flux rope system.

book editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" $ $ $ We investigate the dynamical relationships between a coronal flux rope, a streamer, a coronal mass ejection (CME), and a magnetic cloud by using observations from the satellites of the International Solar‐Terrestrial Physics observatories together with a streamer and flux rope interaction model [Wu Dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer-flux rope system.

book Guo, a]. This is the first physical description of the evolution of a CME related to a flux rope in a streamer Cited by: dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer – flux rope system – ii.

Dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer-flux rope system. book Self-Consistent Non-Planar Dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer-flux rope system. book Simulation S.

Wu, W. Guo, Murray Dryer Pages Abstract We investigate the dynamical relationships between a coronal flux rope, a streamer, a coronal mass ejection (CME), and a magnetic cloud by using observations from the satellites of the International Solar-Terrestrial Physics observatories together with a streamer and flux rope.

Evolution of the dynamic properties of the MFR during UT to on June (a) The GOES 1–8 Å light curve. Pink and purple lines represent the magnetic reconnection flux and its time derivative, respectively.

(b) The temporal profiles of brightness in AIA A model describing the quasi-static evolution of a coronal helmet streamer as it is inflated with excess mass was developed.

The model produces a sequence of magnetostatic equilibria for a magnetic field configuration that includes a current sheet in the equatorial plane as. realistic configuration, we are able to examine the dynamical evolution of the helical flux rope's interaction with the helmet streamer.

This process leads to the formation of two parts of the solar mass ejection: (i) the expulsion of the helmet dome due to eruption of this flux rope, and (ii) the flux rope's. 1. Introduction [2] The so‐called catastrophe is defined as a sudden transition of a system from quasi‐equilibrium or quasi‐steady state into a dynamic state, and it belongs to global nonlinear instabilities of the system [Poston and Stewart, ; Saunders, ].In this sense, explosive events occurred in the solar corona belong to catastrophic phenomena, including coronal mass Cited by: 4.

In this work we examine the stability and the dynamic evolution of a coronal helmet streamer containing an underlying flux rope, under the simplifying assumption of an isothermal atmosphere and a two-dimensional axisymmetric geometry.

For this we carry out a set of global two-dimensional axisymmetric isothermal MHD simulations. We use three observed coronal mass ejection (CME) events and numerical magnetohydrodynamic simulation models to illustrate three distinct CME initiation processes: (1) streamer destabilization due to increase of currents, via increase of axial fields, of the flux-rope, (2) photospheric shear and (3) plasma flow induced by: The evolution of the relative density (ρ (r) /ρ (r) o) and radial velocity vs heliocentric distance 5° from the equator at time t 1 = 20, t 2 = 40, t 3 = 60 and t 4 = 80 h after the helmet streamer and flux-rope system begin to be unstable.

A simulation of January Sun–Earth connection by: 3. Dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer-bubble system I: A self-consistent MHD simulation. Solar Phys. Dynamical evolution of a coronal streamer-flux rope system II: A self consistent non-planar MHD simulation.

Solar Phys. (in press). : Dynamical Systems X: General Theory of Vortices (Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences) (): Kozlov, V. V.: BooksCited by: Energies and magnetic helicity evolution.

When monitoring the temporal evolution from t=0 to t=60 (in unit of τ) for different energies of the MHD system (Fig. 4), we find that its dynamics consist of two distinct phases, a quasi-static evolution phase (from t=0 to t=51) and an eruption phase (after t=51).Cited by: Our site uses cookies to improve your experience.

You can find out more about our use of cookies in. Cambridge Core - Nonlinear Science and Fluid Dynamics - Chaos in Dynamical Systems - by Edward Ott. This book has been cited by the following publications. and engineers have come to understand that a large variety of systems exhibit complicated evolution with time.

This complicated behavior is known as by: Deﬁnition of dynamical system Deﬁnition of dynamical system includes three components: I phase space (also called state space), I time, I law of evolution. Rather general (but not the most general) deﬁnition for these components is as follows.

Phase space is a set whose elements (called “points”) present possible states. The dynamical systems approach of the book concentrates on properties of the whole system or subsets of the system rather than individual solutions.

The more local theory discussed deals with characterizing types of solutions under various hypothesis, Reviews: 1. Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble. Watch a pot of spaghetti sauce bubbling on the stove and you will see a model of how much of the solar wind streams from the sun across the solar system.

The main goal of the theory of dynamical system is the study of the global orbit structure of maps and ows.

In these notes, we review some fundamental concepts and results in the theory of dynamical systems with an emphasis on di erentiable dynamics. Several important notions in the theory of dynamical systems have their roots in the work.

Purchase Stability of Dynamical Systems, Volume 5 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNCoronal Mass Ejection (CMEs) for both cases. The streamer-flux rope system with cavity is easier to be disrupted and the propagation speed of the CME is faster than the streamer-flux rope system without cavity.

Our results demonstrate that magnetic buoyancy force plays an important role in disrupting the streamer. INTRODUCTION. showing how the system oscillates between four distinct values.

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Using a three-dimensional MHD simulation, we model the quasi-static evolution and the onset of eruption of a coronal flux rope. The simulation begins with a twisted flux rope emerging at the lower boundary and pushing into a pre-existing coronal potential arcade field. As a key to understanding the basic mechanism for fast reconnection in solar flares, plasmoid-induced-reconnection and fractal reconnection are proposed and examined.

We first briefly summarize recent solar observations that give us hints on the role of plasmoid (flux rope) ejections in flare energy release. We then discuss the plasmoid-induced-reconnection model, which is an Cited by: A dynamical system is a manifold M called the phase (or state) space endowed with a family of smooth evolution functions Φ t that for any element of t ∈ T, the time, map a point of the phase space back into the phase space.

The notion of smoothness changes with applications and the type of manifold. There are several choices for the set T is taken to be the reals, the dynamical. Hong-Juan Wang, Si-Qing Liu, Jian-Cun Gong and Jun Lin, Numerical experiments on the evolution in coronal magnetic configurations including a filament in response to the change in the photosphere, Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, //15/3/, 15, 3, (), ().

The equation x’ = ax is stable in a certain sense if a 0. If a is replace by another constant b whose sign is the same as a, then the qualitative behavior of the solutions doesn’t change.

But if a=0, the slightest change in a leads to a radical change in the behavior of solutions. We say, bifurcation at a=0 in the one parameter family of equations x’=ax. From the reviews: "This book is concerned with the application of methods from dynamical systems and bifurcation theories to the study of nonlinear oscillations.

Chapter 1 provides a review of basic results in the theory of dynamical systems, covering both ordinary differential equations and discrete mappings.

Chapter 2 presents 4 examples from nonlinear oscillations.4/5(2). Chaos in Dynamical Systems book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In the new edition of this classic textbook Ed Ott has added mu /5(15). A flux rope is a bundle of magnetic field lines twisting around an axis field line, creating a helical shape by which dense filament material can be supported against gravity.

The flux rope is also considered as the key structure of the most energetic phenomena in the solar system, such as coronal mass ejections (CMEs) and flares.

The presence of the small-scale flux rope was indicated by static nonlinear force-free field extrapolation as well as data-driven magnetohydrodynamics modeling of the dynamic evolution of the coronal three-dimensional magnetic by: The book treats the theory of attractors for non-autonomous dynamical systems.

The aim of the book is to give a coherent account of the current state of the theory, using the framework of processes to impose the minimum of restrictions on the nature of the non-autonomous dependence.

The book is. Quasistatic evolution of a three-dimensional force-free magnetic flux tube or arcade J. Aly The quasi-static evolution of magnetic configurations on the sun and solar flares Yu. Matyukhin and V. Tomozov Quasi-potential-singular-equilibria and evolution of the coronal magnetic field due to photospheric boundary motions Price: $ Dynamical systems are representations of physical objects or behaviors such that the output of the system depends on present and past values of the input to the system.

For example: t y (t) = ut() 1 dt 1 t -3 3 y t () + n=1 () = u t N u (tn-d) In order to model dynamical systems we need to build a set of tools and guidelines that. Pdf evolution. We now take a look at multi-viewpoint coronagraph observations of the CME in Fig. used two methods to pdf the CME propagation direction up to 30 solar radii (R ⊙).The first is the Graduated Cylindrical Shell (GCS) model, by which a wire-grid of a tapered hollow tube is fitted onto coronagraph images29,30 by manual variation of several parameters controlling its Cited by: A Dynamical Theory of the Electric and Luminiferous Medium.

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