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Trapped Radiation ENvironment model Development

UC130

[ Name | Synopsis | Arguments | Description | Dependencies | See Also | Examples ]

Name

    Common block UC130 - set of magnetic field line segments

Synopsis

      INCLUDE 'structure.h'
     
      COMMON /UC130/ nbrsg, kursg, mseg

      INTEGER*4      nbrsg, kursg
      RECORD /zseg/  mseg(nx130)     

Arguments

    nbrsg
    Number of elementary segments already computed
    kursg
    Indice of the current elementary segment
    mseg
    Set of elementary field line segments

Description

    The common block UC130 is part of a set of three common blocks:
    • UC110, magnetic drift shell description;
    • UC120, magnetic field line description;
    • UC130, set of magnetic field line segments.
    This set of common blocks is used to store a magnetic drift shell which is defined by a set of magnetic field line segments.

    The common block UC130 includes the whole set of elementary segments of the magnetic drift shell: each magnetic field line segment is described by a set of elementary segments.

    As sample, the first magnetic field segment of the drift shell is stored in the argument mseg from index mfl(k1st).ind.jbeg to mfl(k1st).ind.jend. The geographic position of the southern mirror point of this field line segment is stored in mseg(mfl(k1st).ind.jmirps).beg.coord. Note that the common block UC170 has a similar structure (argument mele).

Dependencies

Used by

    UD315 (search the mirror point with the lowest altitude):
    mseg
    UD319 (transfer a field line segment from common block UC170 to UC130):
    nbrsg
    UD320 (evaluate a double time integral over a drift shell):
    mseg
    UT985 (transfer a field line of the drift shell to IDL):
    mseg
    UT992 (print the magnetic drift shell):
    mseg
    UT993 (store a magnetic field drift shell):
    mseg

Modified by

    UD319 (transfer a field line segment from common block UC170 to UC130):
    nbrsg, kursg and mseg
    UT990 (initialize the UNILIB libray):
    nbrsg and kursg

See also

    UC110, magnetic drift shell description
    UC120, magnetic field line description
    UC170, temporary magnetic field line

Examples

    None