Parameters and Initial Conditions
We use here EBM simulations to study the generation of the spectral anisotropy in the distance range [0.2,1] AU, which as seen previously (Sect. 4.3.1) is different in the fast and slow wind at 1 AU. Here, we present the initial parameters that will be used to study spectral anisotropy in the expanding solar wind.
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