The Earth s Electric Field

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  • Author : Michael C. Kelley
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Pages : 232 pages
  • ISBN : 0123978831
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The Earth s Electric Field

The Earth   s Electric Field
  • Author : Michael C. Kelley
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Release : 21 September 2013
GET THIS BOOK The Earth s Electric Field

The Earth’s Electric Field provides you with an integrated and comprehensive picture of the generation of the terrestrial electric fields, their dynamics and how they couple/propagate through the medium. The Earth’s Electric Field provides basic principles of terrestrial electric field related topics, but also a critical summary of electric field related observations and their significance to the various related phenomena in the atmosphere. For the first time, Kelley brings together information on this topic in a coherent

The Earth s Electrical Environment

The Earth s Electrical Environment
  • Author : National Research Council,Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences,Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications,Mathematics and Resources,Commission on Physical Sciences,Geophysics Research Forum,Geophysics Study Committee
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Release : 01 February 1986
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This latest addition to the Studies in Geophysics series explores in scientific detail the phenomenon of lightning, cloud, and thunderstorm electricity, and global and regional electrical processes. Consisting of 16 papers by outstanding experts in a number of fields, this volume compiles and reviews many recent advances in such research areas as meteorology, chemistry, electrical engineering, and physics and projects how new knowledge could be applied to benefit mankind.

Electromagnetism and the Earth s Interior

Electromagnetism and the Earth s Interior
  • Author : Tsuneji Rikitake
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 02 December 2012
GET THIS BOOK Electromagnetism and the Earth s Interior

Electromagnetism and the Earth's Interior reviews the earth's magnetic fields in terms of physical processes that are occurring in the earth's interior. The book describes the distribution of the earth's magnetic field in terms of declination, horizontal intensity, and vertical intensity. The dynamo theory concerns the self-exciting electric generation in the interior of the earth, and can account for any geomagnetic secular variation. A workable laboratory model—a dynamo mechanism of Lowes and Wilkinson (1963) has a significant role on the

The development of an electric field meter to measure small variations in the earth s field

The development of an electric field meter to measure small variations in the earth s field
  • Author : H. D. BROWNING
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 21 June 1965
GET THIS BOOK The development of an electric field meter to measure small variations in the earth s field

A laboratory model electric field meter has been designed and constructed to determine the feasibility of measuring small variations in the earth's electric field. As a result of the tests performed with this instrument, a larger field meter of similar design but with increased sensitivity has been placed in operation. This meter will detect changes in the earth's electric field of 78 millivolts /meter. A theoretical investigation of the response of the earth's electric field to a distant electrical impulse has

Global Electric Field Determination in the Earth s Outer Magnetosphere Using Energetic Charged Particles

Global Electric Field Determination in the Earth s Outer Magnetosphere Using Energetic Charged Particles
  • Author : National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
  • Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Release : 03 July 2018
GET THIS BOOK Global Electric Field Determination in the Earth s Outer Magnetosphere Using Energetic Charged Particles

Although many properties of the Earth's magnetosphere have been measured and quantified in the past 30 years since it was discovered, one fundamental measurement (for zeroth order MHD equilibrium) has been made infrequently and with poor spatial coverage - the global electric field. This oversight is due in part to the neglect of theorists. However, there is renewed interest in the convection electric field because it is now realized to be central to many magnetospheric processes, including the global MHD equilibrium,