Natural Electromagnetic Phenomena below 30 kc s

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Natural Electromagnetic Phenomena below 30 kc s


Nuclear Science Abstracts

Sugiura , Masahisa ( Goddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt , Md . ) . pp 49-75 of Natural Electromagnetic Phenomena Below 30 kc / s . Bleil , D. F. ( ed . ) . New York , Plenum Press , 1964 . From NATO Advanced Study Institute ...

Nuclear Science Abstracts


Geophysical Abstracts

Axford , W. I. Some aspects of the structure and dynamics of the terrestrial magnetosphere , in Natural electromagnetic phenomena - Below 30 kc / s , NATO Advanced Study Institute , Bad Homburg , Germany 1963 , Proc .

Geophysical Abstracts


Journal of Research

NATO Advanced Study Institute on Natural Electromagnetic Phenomena Below 30 kc / s , Bad Homburg , West Germany , July - Aug . 1963 , pp . 205–258 ( Plenum Press , New York , N.Y. ) . Galejs , J. ( June 1964b ) , ELF and VLF waves below ...

Journal of Research


Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards

Natural electromagnetic phenomena below 30 kc / s , R. M. Gallet , NATO Advanced Study Institute , Bad Hamberg , pp . 167–204 ( Plenum Press Inc. , New York , N.Y. , 1964 ) . Propagation and technical factors in radio spectrum ...

Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards


Physics of Geomagnetic Phenomena

Katsufrakis, J., Whistlers and VLF emission, Natural Electromagnetic Phenomena Below 30 kc/s, Ed. by D. F. Bleil, Plenum Press, New York, pp. 261–286, 1964. Kawamura, M., K. Kurusu, H. Oshima, and K. Yanagihara, On the geomagnetic ...

Physics of Geomagnetic Phenomena

Physics of Geomagnetic Phenomena, Volume II covers the advances in geomagnetism and the penetrations into the generation of geomagnetic field phenomena. This book is composed of three chapters and begins with a discussion on various types of phenomenal disturbances, such as ionospheric and geomagnetic disturbance, aurora, and storm. The next chapter describes certain aspects of space geomagnetism based on satellite and rocket observations. This chapter also examines the origins of geomagnetic disturbance phenomena. The last chapter surveys the problems connected with studies of geomagnetic storms and auroras, along with a hydromagnetic model of these phenomena. This book will be of value to physicists, theoreticians, and scientists in allied fields of geomagnetism.

Planetary Electrodynamics

“ Instrumentation for receiving electromagnetic noise below 3000 cps ” , in Natural Electromagnetic Phenomena Below 30 Kc / s ( D. F. Bleil , editor ) , Plenum Press , New York , pp . 373-428 . Madden , T. , and W. Thompson ( 1965 ) .

Planetary Electrodynamics


Arctic Bibliography

Natural electromagnetic phenomena below 30 kc / s , 1964 , p.157-66 , graphs , table , illus ) 6 refs . Studies naturally occurring electromagnetic radiation of 500-1000 cps in the audio- and subaudio - frequency range .

Arctic Bibliography


Propagation of SLF ELF Electromagnetic Waves

In: Bleil DF (ed) Natural electromagnetic phenomena below 30 kc/s. Plenum, New York, pp 205–258 Galejs J (1965) On the terrestrial propagation of ELF and VLF waves in the presence of a radial magnetic field. Radio Sci 69D(5):705–720 ...

Propagation of SLF ELF Electromagnetic Waves

This book deals with the SLF/ELF wave propagation, an important branch of electromagnetic theory. The SLF/ELF wave propagation theory is well applied in earthquake electromagnetic radiation, submarine communication, thunderstorm detection, and geophysical prospecting and diagnostics. The propagation of SLF/ELF electromagnetic waves is introduced in various media like the earth-ionospheric waveguide, ionospheric plasma, sea water, earth, and the boundary between two different media or the stratified media. Applications in the earthquake electromagnetic radiation and the submarine communications are also addressed. This book is intended for scientists and engineers in the fields of radio propagation and EM theory and applications. Prof. Pan is a professor at China Research Institute of Radiowave Propagation in Qingdao (China). Dr. Li is a professor at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou (China).

Terrestrial Propagation of Long Electromagnetic Waves

International Series of Monographs in Electromagnetic Waves Janis Galejs A. L. Cullen, V. A. Fock, J. R. Wait ... A. (1964) E.L.F. (500–1000 cps) emissions at high latitude, in Natural Electromagnetic Phenomena Below 30 kc/s (ed.

Terrestrial Propagation of Long Electromagnetic Waves

Terrestrial Propagation of Long Electromagnetic Waves deals with the propagation of long electromagnetic waves confined principally to the shell between the earth and the ionosphere, known as the terrestrial waveguide. The discussion is limited to steady-state solutions in a waveguide that is uniform in the direction of propagation. Wave propagation is characterized almost exclusively by mode theory. The mathematics are developed only for sources at the ground surface or within the waveguide, including artificial sources as well as lightning discharges. This volume is comprised of nine chapters and begins with an introduction to the fundamental concepts of wave propagation in a planar and curved isotropic waveguide. A number of examples are presented to illustrate the effects of an anisotropic ionosphere. The basic equations are summarized and plane-wave reflection from a dielectric interface is considered, along with the superposition of two obliquely incident plane waves. The properties of waveguide boundaries are implicitly represented by Fresnel reflection coefficients. Subsequent chapters focus on boundaries of the terrestrial guide; lightning discharges as a natural source of extremely-low-frequency and very-low-frequency radiation; and the mode theory for waves in an isotropic spherical shell. This book will be a useful resource for students and practitioners of physics.

Handbook of Atmospheric Electrodynamics

Terrestrial extremely - low - frequency propagation , in Natural Electromagnetic Phenomena Below 30 KC / S , D.F. Bleil , Ed . , Plenum , New York . Galejs , J. ( 1965a ) . Schumann resonances , Radio Sci . J. Res . NBS , 69D , 1043 .

Handbook of Atmospheric Electrodynamics

The participation of such diverse scientific and technical disciplines as meteorology, astronomy, atmospheric electricity, ionospheric and magnetospheric physics, electromagnetic wave propagation, and radio techniques in the research of atmospherics means that results are published in scientific papers widely spread throughout the literature. This Handbook collects the latest knowledge on atmospherics and presents it in two volumes. Each chapter is written by an expert in his or her field. Topics include the physics of thunderclouds, thunder, global atmospheric electric currents, biological aspects of sferics, and various space techniques for detecting lightning within our own atmosphere as well as in the atmospheres of other planets. Up-to-date applications and methodology are detailed. Volumes I and II offer a comprehensive discussion that together will serve as an important resource for practitioners, professionals, and students alike.

Biologic Effects of Environmental Electromagnetism

Verh Dtsch Zool Ges pp 156–183 Lokken JE (1964) Instrumentation for receiving electromagnetic noise below 3000 cps. In: Bleil DF (ed) Natural electromagnetic phenomena below 30 KC/S. Plenum Press, New York, pp 373–428 Lotmar R (1975) Z ...

Biologic Effects of Environmental Electromagnetism

ARCHIVE COpy DO NOT REMOVE The public in industrialized countries shows a mounting concern about biological effects of electrical and magnetic fields. As a result, experimental studies on this subject are being published in increasing numbers throughout the world. Prof. H. L. Konig, of the Technical University of Munich, West Germany, a leading expert and pioneer in this field, has written an authoritative text in a lucid style which makes the material also accessible to lay readers. The book describes the effects of natural as well as artificial electromagnetic energies covering the en tire measurable frequency range from the highest frequencies, x-rays, through microwaves, radio waves, and finally extremely low frequency (ELF) waves. Cit ing the evidence from scientific studies in various countries, Konig also appraises the biologic effects of microwaves and high tension power lines, which have become controversial issues in recent years. Other contributions to the book have been made by Prof. Albert P. Krueger, University of California, Berkeley, on air ionization effects and by the mete orologist Walter Sonning on biometeorology, documenting the influence of atmo spheric electrical currents on health and disease. Moreover, the late Dr. Siegnot Lang, a former coworker of Dr. Konig, has contributed to this book.

Magnetic Sensors and Magnetometers Second Edition

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Magnetic Sensors and Magnetometers  Second Edition

This completely updated second edition of an Artech House classic covers industrial applications and space and biomedical applications of magnetic sensors and magnetometers. With the advancement of smart grids, renewable energy resources, and electric vehicles, the importance of electric current sensors increased, and the book has been updated to reflect these changes. Integrated fluxgate single-chip magnetometers are presented. GMR sensors in the automotive market, especially for end-of-shaft angular sensors, are included, as well as Linear TMR sensors. Vertical Hall sensors and sensors with integrated ferromagnetic concentrators are two competing technologies, which both brought 3-axial single-chip Hall ICs, are considered. Digital fluxgate magnetometers for both satellite and ground-based applications are discussed. All-optical resonant magnetometes, based on the Coherent Population Trapping effect, has reached approval in space, and is covered in this new edition of the book. Whether you're an expert or new to the field, this unique resource offers you a thorough overview of the principles and design of magnetic sensors and magnetometers, as well as guidance in applying specific devices in the real world. The book covers both multi-channel and gradiometric magnetometer systems, special problems such as cross-talk and crossfield sensitivity, and comparisons between different sensors and magnetometers with respect to various application areas. Miniaturization and the use of new materials in magnetic sensors are also discussed. A comprehensive list of references to journal articles, books, proceedings and webpages helps you find additional information quickly.