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Tytuł pozycji:

Time variations in elemental abundances in solar energetic particle events.

Tytuł :
Time variations in elemental abundances in solar energetic particle events.
Autorzy :
von Rosenvinge, T. T.
Cohen, C. M. S.
Christian, E. R.
Cummings, A. C.
Leske, R. A.
Mewaldt, R. A.
Slocum, P. L.
Cyr, O. C. St.
Stone, E. C.
Wiedenbeck, M. E.
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Temat :
PARTICLES (Nuclear physics)
COSMIC abundances
Źródło :
AIP Conference Proceedings; 2001, Vol. 598 Issue 1, p343, 6p
The Solar Isotope Spectrometer (SIS) on-board the Advanced Composition Explorer has a large collection power and high telemetry rate, making it possible to study elemental abundances in large solar energetic particle (SEP) events as a function of time. Results have now been obtained for more than 25 such events. Understanding the causes of these variations is key to obtaining reliable solar elemental abundances and to understanding solar acceleration processes. Such variations have been previously attributed to two models: (1) a mixture of an initial impulsive phase having enhanced heavy element abundances with a longer gradual phase with coronal abundances and (2) rigidity dependent escape from CME-driven shocks through plasma waves generated by wave-particle interactions. In this second model the injected abundances are assumed to be coronal. Both these models can be expected to depend upon solar longitude since impulsive events are associated with flares at longitudes well-connected magnetically to the observer, and shock properties and connection of the observer to the shock are also longitude dependent. We present results on temporal variations from event to event and within events and show that they appear to have a longitude dependence. We show that the events which have been well-explained by model (2) tend to be near central meridian or the west limb. In addition, we show that there are events with little time variation and heavy element enhancements similar to those of impulsive events. These events seem to be better explained by model (1) with only an impulsive phase. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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