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Published: 30 December 2016
Int. J. Mater.; doi:10.21467/ijm

Babu Ram Tiwari, Mukul Kumar
Published: 30 December 2017
International Annals of Science, Volume 3, pp 27-36; doi:10.21467/ias.3.1.27-36

Abstract:The Sun manifests its magnetic field in form of the solar activities, being observed on the surface of the Sun. The dynamo action is responsible for the evolution of the magnetic field in the Sun. The present article aims to present an overview of the studies have been carried on the theory and modelling of the solar dynamo. The article describes the alpha-omega dynamo model. Generally, the dynamo model involves the cyclic conversion between the poloidal field and the toroidal field. In case of alpha-omega dynamo model, the strong differential rotation generates a toroidal field near the base of the convection zone. On the other hand, the turbulent helicity leads to the generation of the poloidal field near the surface. The turbulent diffusion and the meridional circulation are considered as the two important flux transport agents in this model. The article briefly describes the theory of solar dynamo and mean field dynamo model.
Ashish Mishra, Mukul Kumar
Advanced Journal of Graduate Research, Volume 2, pp 46-57; doi:10.21467/ajgr.2.1.46-57

Abstract:The present article gives a brief overview of space weather and its drivers. The space weather is of immense importance for the spaceborne and ground-based technological systems. The satellites, the power grids, telecommunication and in severe conditions the human lives are at risk. The article covers the effects of solar transient activities (e.g. Solar flares, Coronal mass ejections and Solar winds etc.) and their consequences on the Earth’s atmosphere. The space weather is the change in the conditions of interplanetary space because of the solar transient activities. We also discussed the importance of the solar wind which is a continuous flow of the charged energy particles from the Sun to the Earth in respect of the space weather. This article also put light on the Sun-Earth connection and effects of the space weather on it. The Earth’s magnetosphere, formed by the interaction of solar wind and Earth’s magnetic field behaves like a shield for the Earth against the solar wind.
Oyewale Daniel Abioye, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture and University of Ibadan, Center for entrepreneurship and Innovation, Adebayo Ogunniyi, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Advanced Journal of Social Science, Volume 2, pp 1-11; doi:10.21467/ajss.2.1.1-11

Free Pangani Ncube, University of FortHare, Khuphukani Tshamu Ndlovu, Asrat Tsegaye, Institute of Development Studies (IDS-NUST)
Advanced Journal of Social Science, Volume 2, pp 12-22; doi:10.21467/ajss.2.1.12-22

Radha R, Ravi Kumar V
3rd National Conference on Image Processing, Computing, Communication, Networking and Data Analytics; doi:10.21467/proceedings.1.67

Aishwarya More, Monisha S, P Sahithi, Varshini Vinay Vittal
3rd National Conference on Image Processing, Computing, Communication, Networking and Data Analytics; doi:10.21467/proceedings.1.19

Aashika Rajesh, Apoorva S, Harshini G, Keerthana Yadunath, Shruti B M
3rd National Conference on Image Processing, Computing, Communication, Networking and Data Analytics; doi:10.21467/proceedings.1.30

Shubham Srivastava, Lavanya M C, Saharsh
3rd National Conference on Image Processing, Computing, Communication, Networking and Data Analytics; doi:10.21467/proceedings.1.49

Nandita Yambem, Nandakumar A N
3rd National Conference on Image Processing, Computing, Communication, Networking and Data Analytics; doi:10.21467/proceedings.1.55

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