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Energy Conversion and Particle Acceleration in the Solar Corona

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Beschreibung

The conversion of energy generated in the Sun s interior creates its hot corona and a wealth of dynamical phenomena such as ?ares, mass ejections and tr- sientnonthermalpopulationsofchargedparticles. Theseprocessesareofgeneral interest in astrophysics. In the case of the Sun they can be probed by a unique combination of imaging, spectrographic and in situ measurements. Radio obs- vations provide important diagnostics, and many instruments are operated by small research groups in Europe. The stimulation of joint investigations using radio diagnostics is a major role of CESRA, the Community of European Solar Radio Astronomers. This volume is based on the CESRA Workshop and Eu- conference Energy Conversion and Particle Acceleration in the Solar Corona held 2 6 July 2001, at Schloss Ringberg near Tegernsee (Germany). It aims to address a broader community of astrophyscists, including graduate students and researchers who want to gain an insight into this subject. The workshop was organised by a scienti?c committee composed of C. Al- sandrakis (Greece), F. Chiuderi-Drago and G. Einaudi (Italy), M. Karlicky (Czech Republic), K. -L. Klein (France), J. Kuijpers (The Netherlands; president of the joint Solar Physics Section of the European Physical Society and the - ropean Astronomical Society), and G. Mann and R. Treumann (Germany). The local organisers were R. Treumann and A. Czaykowska (Max Planck Institut fur Extraterrestische Physik, Munich), assisted by the Copernicus Gesellschaft.

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Klappentext

The conversion of energy generated in the Sun's interior creates its hot corona and a wealth of dynamical phenomena such as flares and mass ejections. Based on recent significant progress in understanding magnetic reconnection and a wealth of new observations of energetic particle signatures from the sun, the present volume reviews the current theoretical and experimental status in the field. Paying attention to both the details and the broader picture, this book addresses both the experienced researcher as well as non-specialist researchers from related areas and postgraduate students.



Inhalt
Energy Release and Magnetic Reconnection.- Magnetic Reconnection on the Sun and in the Earth's Magnetosphere.- Magnetic 3-D Configurations of Energy Release in Solar Flares.- Theoretical Models of Magnetic Configurations Relevant to Energy Release.- The Energy Release Process in Solar Flares; Constraints from TRACE Observations.- Radio Diagnostics of Flare Energy Release.- Signature of Energy Release and Particle Acceleration Observed by the Nobeyama Radioheliograph.- How Well Do We Understand Magnetic Reconnection?.- Energetic Particles at and from the Sun.- What Can Be Learned About Competing Acceleration Models from Multiwavelength Observations?.- Transport of Energy from the Corona to the Chromosphere During Flares.- On the Origin of Solar Energetic Particle Events.- Acceleration and Propagation of Solar Energetic Particles.- Particle Acceleration by Magnetic Reconnection.- Particle Acceleration Processes in Cosmic Plasmas.- Aspects of Current Research.- Recent Progress in Understanding Energy Conversion and Particle Acceleration in the Solar Corona.- Solar Observations at Submillimeter Wavelengths.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Energy Conversion and Particle Acceleration in the Solar Corona
Editor:
EAN: 9783540002758
ISBN: 3540002758
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Anzahl Seiten: 332
Gewicht: 725g
Größe: H241mm x B160mm x T25mm
Jahr: 2003
Auflage: 2003

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