An induction accelerator of cosmic rays on the axis of an accretion disk
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The structure and magnitude of the electric field created by a rotating accretion disk with a poloidal magnetic field is found for the case of a vacuum approximation along the axis. The accretion disk is modeled as a torus filled with plasma and a frozen-in magnetic field. The dimensions and location of the maximum electric field as well as the energy of the accelerated particles are found. The gravitational field is assumed to be weak.
KeywordsMagnetic Field Gravitational Field Accretion Disk Accelerate Particle Maximum Electric Field
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