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By W.J. Heikkila

Published by way of the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Geophysical Monograph Series.

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6. Comparison with numerical simulation. In Plate 1, various qualitative features of the analytical model are verified by comparison with results from a nu­ merical simulation of unmagnetized solar-wind flow past the magnetosphere, using results from the Integrated Space Weather Prediction Model (ISM) simulation code (see Sonnerup et al. [2001] for details). Plate l a shows a color-coded m a p of flow velocity v averaged over one hour, in the equatorial plane: tailward flow regions are blue, sunward flows are tan.

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In the limit M = 0 it would become a delta function distri­ bution in latitude, with sufficient net current to satisfy hot = 2 E p $ p c x x 2 t e e to e e r 0. i i i I 1. i i i I i i 2. i I i i i 3. I 4. Y F i g u r e 4. Steady LLBL flow with field-aligned potential drops for various values of the Hartmann number, M = 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 200. Panel(a): Normalized equatorial electric field (or, equivalently, plasma velocity) versus Y = y/X . Panel(b): Ionospheric electric field, normalized by the same electric field as in (a), versus Y = y /X .

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