Photoelectron effects on the self-consistent potential in the collisionless polar wind



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  • Thermal plasmas.,
  • Polar caps.,
  • Photoelectrons.,
  • Electrostatics.,
  • Electron energy.,
  • Electric fields.

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Other titlesPhotoelectron effects on the self consistent potential in the collisionless polar wind.
StatementG.V. Khazanov, M.W. Liemohn, and T.E. Moore.
Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-204685., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-204685.
ContributionsLiemohn, M. W., Moore, T. E., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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The core plasma of the inner magnetosphere is cold and, potentially, could be handled based on the solutions of the variety of hydrodynamic equations discussed in Chap. Author: George V. Khazanov. Superthermal electrons are one of the major energy players in the inner magnetosphere, Moore, T.E.: Photoelectron effects on the self-consistent potential in the collisionless polar wind.

Geophys. Res.– () Author: George V. Khazanov. For a set of low-altitude boundary conditions typical of the polar wind ionosphere, including % photoelectron content, we found a potential drop from km to 5 R(sub E) of V and a maximum.

and a self-consistent E[[ (leading to the results in Figure 2), (4) a dipole magnetic field and an E[[ consisting of the polar- ization field and an additional 20 •V/m applied uniformly. Such an upward electron heat flux was also shown to be related to an enhancement in the self-consistent polarization (ambipolar) electric field, leading to an electrical potential difference that ranged up to a few volts, depending on the photoelectron concentration in the polar ionosphere (Tam et al., ).Cited by: Reflected photoelectrons are a significant source of heat for the polar capReflection potentials of tens of eV are needed to prevent cold electron inflowSimulations with reflected photoelectrons can Cited by: Disclaimer: The following material is being kept online for archival purposes.

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