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Further Developments in Plasma Simulation

  • Anthony L. Peratt
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Abstract

Driven by increased computer capabilities, the original TRISTAN code (Buneman et al. 1980; Peratt A.L., TRISTAN user’s manual, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Pulsed Energy Applications, X-10, unpublished report, 1984) has been continuously updated to TRISTAN-PRIME.

Keywords

Solar Wind Interplanetary Magnetic Field Radiation Belt Dipole Axis Dipole Center 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Anthony L. Peratt
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  1. 1.Los AlamosUSA

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