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UC160

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

Name

    Common block UC160 - general constants

Synopsis

      INCLUDE 'structure.h'
      
      COMMON /UC160/ pi, deg, re, gmagmo, eclipt, geoid, uma

      REAL*8         pi, deg, re
      REAL*8         gmagmo
      REAL*8         eclipt, geoid(3), uma(30)    

Arguments

    pi
    3.141592...
    deg
    Conversion factor from degrees to radians
    re
    Earth's radius in km
    gmagmo
    McIlwain's dipole moment in GRE3
    eclipt
    Ecliptic inclination
    geoid
    Geoid major axis in km and excentricities
    uma
    Atomic mass of the atmospheric constituents (see note of subroutine UA630)

Description

    The common block UC160 is used to store physical constants. The common block is initialized by the subroutine UT990.

Dependencies

Used by

    UL225 (evaluate invariant radius and latitude):
    deg
    UL220 (get information on a magnetic field line segment):
    deg
    UL240 (evaluate the Hilton's function):
    re and gmagmo
    UL242 (inverse the Hilton function):
    re and gmagmo
    UL245 (equatorial pitch angle):
    deg and gmagmo
    UD317 (trace a drift shell - new):
    re
    UD320 (evaluate a double time integral over a drift shell):
    deg
    UD327 (search an extremum):
    deg
    UD330 (evaluate the third invariant):
    pi, re and gmagmo
    UD332 (evaluate the magnetic flux through a spherical pie):
    deg
    UF410 (search the geographic position of a magnetic field line):
    re
    UF411 (search a local magnetic equator):
    deg
    UF417 (search the geographic position of a magnetic field line - new):
    re
    UF421 (initialize and close a field line segment ):
    re
    UF422 (follow a field line until a boundary condition is reached):
    re
    UF423 (Runge Kutta step):
    deg and re
    UF424 (search the lowest B value):
    deg
    UF425 (evaluate the curvature of the field lines):
    deg
    UF426 (interpolating an extremum of B):
    re
    UF427 (interpolating a value of B):
    re
    UF428 (interpolating an altitude):
    re
    UM510 (select a geomagnetic field model):
    deg
    UM522 (position of the Sun):
    pi, eclipt and deg
    UM523 (GEO to GSM transformation):
    deg
    UM524 (GEO to SM transformation ):
    deg
    UM530 (evaluate the magnetic field vector):
    deg and re
    UM532 (external magnetic field):
    deg
    UM533 (distance to the magnetopause):
    deg and re
    UM535 (geocentric to geodetic transformation):
    deg and re
    UM536 (geodetic to geocentric transformation):
    deg and re
    UM538 (evaluate the magnetic local time):
    deg
    UT541 (convert spherical coordinates to cartesian coordinates):
    deg
    UT542 (convert spherical vector components to cartesian components):
    deg
    UT546 (convert cartesian coordinates to spherical coordinates):
    deg
    UT547 (convert cartesian vector components to spherical components):
    deg
    UT550 (select a coordinate transformation):
    deg
    UT551 (initialize an Euler rotation matrix):
    deg
    UT555 (coordinate conversion):
    deg
    UT556 (vector conversion):
    deg
    UA630 (evaluate the atmospheric densities):
    re
    UA631 (Anderson and Francis atmosphere):
    re
    UA632 (simple atmospheric density distribution):
    re
    UA633 (Pfitzer atmospheric model):
    re, deg, pi and uma
    UA634 (compute mass density from number density):
    uma
    UA637 (proton cross sections):
    uma
    UT986 (pass general variables to IDL):
    re and gmagmo
    UT991 (print the magnetic field line):
    re and gmagmo
    UT992 (print the magnetic drift shell):
    re and gmagmo
    UT993 (store a magnetic field drift shell):
    re and deg
    UT999 (radius of curvature in a dipolar magnetic field):
    deg

Modified by

    UT990 (initialize the UNILIB libray):
    pi, deg, re, gmagmo, eclipt, geoid and uma

See also

    None

Examples

    None