Um estudo do circuito elétrico atmosférico global

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Turquetti, Gabriela Nunes; Ferreira, Ivan Soares;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Physicae Organum : Journal of the University of Brasilia Institute of Physics Students
  • Journal: Physicae Organum : Revista dos Estudantes de Física da Universidade de Brasília (issn: 2446-564X, eissn: 2446-564X)
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  • Subject: Física

O Circuito Elétrico Global é um modelo eletrodinâmico que tenta relacionar os mecanismos de geração de corrente na baixa atmosfera, na ionosfera e na magnetosfera. Com este modelo é possível explicar, por exemplo, os eventos atmosféricos transientes que ocorrem entre o ... View more
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