We developed a one dimensional model of particle transport in the heliosphere. As opposite to widely used models, we apply a method where a quasi-particle is traced back in time. The model gives us the possibility to work on the possible existence of reentrant particles in the heliosphere that can be hardly solved by the traditional forward tracking method. Particles escape from the heliosphere and may reenter back. We estimate how these particles affect the modulation process in the heliosphere. Presented here are the results for different values of particles mean free path in the interstellar space and for different interstellar magnetic field values

Bobik, P., Kudela, K., Boschini, M., Grandi, D., Gervasi, M., & Rancoita, P. (2008). Solar Modulation Model with Reentrant Particles. ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH, 41(2), 339-342 [10.1016/j.asr.2007.02.085].

Solar modulation model with reentrant particles

GERVASI, MASSIMO;
2008

Abstract

We developed a one dimensional model of particle transport in the heliosphere. As opposite to widely used models, we apply a method where a quasi-particle is traced back in time. The model gives us the possibility to work on the possible existence of reentrant particles in the heliosphere that can be hardly solved by the traditional forward tracking method. Particles escape from the heliosphere and may reenter back. We estimate how these particles affect the modulation process in the heliosphere. Presented here are the results for different values of particles mean free path in the interstellar space and for different interstellar magnetic field values
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Cosmic rays, Heliosphere, Stochastic differential equation
English
Bobik, P., Kudela, K., Boschini, M., Grandi, D., Gervasi, M., & Rancoita, P. (2008). Solar Modulation Model with Reentrant Particles. ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH, 41(2), 339-342 [10.1016/j.asr.2007.02.085].
Bobik, P; Kudela, K; Boschini, M; Grandi, D; Gervasi, M; Rancoita, P
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