8 edition of Solar and planetary dynamos found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by M.R.E. Proctor, P.C. Matthews and A.M. Rucklidge.|
|Series||Publications of the Newton Institute.|
|Contributions||Proctor, M. R. E., Matthews, P. C. 1962-, Rucklidge, A. M., Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences., NATO Study Institute "Theory of Solar and Planetary Dynamos" (1992 : Isaac Newton Institute)|
|LC Classifications||QB500.5 .S63 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 366 p. :|
|Number of Pages||366|
|LC Control Number||94192333|
Detailed bibliographies are provided. This book will be welcome reading for graduate students in planetary and solar physics, plasma physics, and astrophysics. Product Identifiers. Publisher. item 1 Lectures on Solar and Planetary Dynamos, Proctor, E. New,, - Lectures on Solar and Planetary Dynamos, Proctor, E. › eBay › Books › Textbooks, Education & Reference › Adult Learning & University. In this respect modeling of planetary dynamos seems to be more advanced than modeling the solar dynamo. The reasons for the success of planetary dynamo models are a matter of speculation, but the following points may be important: (1) Density stratification (compressibility) plays a small role in planetary dynamos, which at least eases the ://
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Magnetic Noise and the Galactic Dynamo / S.W. Anderson and R.M. Kulsrud --On the Oscillation in Model Z / A.P. Anufriev, I. Cupal and P. Hejda --Nonlinear Dynamos in a Spherical Shell / C.F. Barenghi --The Onset of Dynamo Action in Alpha-lambda Dynamos / D.M. Barker Connerney, J.E.P., Magnetic fields of the outer planets. Journal of Geophysical Research, – Google Scholar
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Solar and Planetary Dynamos 3 correctly reproduce nearly all the known spatiotemporal variance in the Earth’s magnetic eld, and recently there are indications that they could provide a successful general scheme to understand the variety of dynamos seen in the Solar ?doi=&rep=rep1&type=pdf.
Preface; 1. Magnetic noise and the galactic dynamo; 2. On the oscillation in model Z; 3. Nonlinear dynamos in a spherical shell; 4. The onset of dynamo action in alpha-lambda dynamos; 5. Multifractality, near-singularities and the role of stretching in turbulence; 6.
Note on perfect fast dynamo action in a large-amplitude SFS map; 7. A thermally driven disc dynamo; 8. Magnetic instabilities in Topics covered include planetary and solar dynamos, fast dynamos and the use of symmetry principles to derive evolution equations.
Detailed bibliographies are provided. As the only modern introduction to the subject, this will be welcome reading for students in planetary and solar PDF | OnM.
Proctor and others published Book Review: Solar and planetary dynamos [contributed papers] / Cambridge U Press, Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Lectures on Solar and Planetary Dynamos av M R E Proctor på :// INTRODUCTION.
Cosmic Dynamos. Many stars, planets and galaxies possess magnetic fields whose origins are not easily explained. Even the ‘solid’ planets cannot be sufficiently ferromagnetic to account for their magnetism, for the bulk of their interiors are above the Curie temperature at which permanent magnetism disappears; obviously the stars and galaxies cannot be ferromagnetic at :// adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A P/abstract.
Topics covered include planetary and solar dynamos, fast dynamos, and the use of symmetry principles to derive evolution equations. Each chapter starts with background material and goes right up to the forefront of current research.
Detailed bibliographies are provided. This book will be welcome reading for graduate students in planetary and › Books › Science & Math › Mathematics. Topics covered include planetary and solar dynamos, fast dynamos, and the use of symmetry principles to derive evolution equations.
Each chapter starts with background material and goes right up to the forefront of current research. Detailed bibliographies are :// Book Review: Solar and planetary dynamos [contributed papers] / Cambridge U Press, P/abstract. Proctor / Matthews / Rucklidge, Solar and Planetary Dynamos,Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei 亚马逊在线销售正版Solar and Planetary Dynamos，本页面提供Solar and Planetary Dynamos以及Solar and Planetary Dynamos的最新摘要、简介、试读、价格、评论、正版、图片等相关信息。 Scopri Lectures on Solar and Planetary Dynamos di Proctor, M.
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Roberts --Solar and stellar dynamos / N.O. Weiss --Convection and magnetoconvection in a rapidly rotating sphere / M.R.E. Proctor --Solar dynamos: computational background / Axel Brandenburg --Energy sources for planetary dynamos / W.V.R. Malkus --Fast dynamos / Andrew M.
Soward --Nonlinear planetary The basic dynamo process with and without polarity reversals is explained in terms of topological deformation of field lines by the flows in the sphere. The oscillatory and steady dynamos are interpreted as corresponding to the solar and planetary dynamos :// Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings book series (ASSSP) Summary.
The article begins with a reference to the first rational approaches to explaining the earth’s magnetic field notably Elsasser’s application of magneto-hydrodynamics, followed by brief outlines of the characteristics of planetary magnetic fields and of the CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract.
While obviously having a common root, solar and planetary dynamo theory have taken increasingly divergent routes in the last two or three decades, and there are probably few experts now who can claim to be equally versed in both. Characteristically, even in the fine and comprehensive book “The magnetic ?doi= The book takes a synergistic interdisciplinary approach that combines newly developed tools for data acquisition and analysis, computer simulations of planetary interiors and dynamos, models of solar wind interaction, measurement of ancient terrestrial rocks and meteorites, and laboratory › Astronomy › Astrophysics and Astroparticles.
Direct numerical simulations of the geodynamo and other planetary dynamos have been successful in reproducing the observed magnetic fields. We first give an overview on the fundamental properties of planetary magnetism. We review the concepts and main results of planetary dynamo modeling, contrasting them with the solar ://.
Planetary magnetic fields are thought to be generated by magnetohydrodynamic dynamos acting in the convecting, electrically conducting fluid cores of these cosmic bodies. Similar processes are believed to produce a wide variety of other cosmic magnetic fields, including the fields of the Sun and :// Abstract: While obviously having a common root, solar and planetary dynamo theory have taken increasingly divergent routes in the last two or three decades, and there are probably few experts now who can claim to be equally versed in both.
Characteristically, even in the fine and comprehensive book "The magnetic Universe" (Rudiger & Hollerbach ), the chapters on planets and on the Sun Separate reviews written on the two topics include Petrovay (), Charbonneau (), Choudhuri () on the solar dynamo and Glatzmaier (), Stevenson () on the planetary dynamo.
In the following I will try to make a systematic comparison between solar and planetary dynamos, presenting analogies and differences, and highlighting some