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Harnessing celestial batteries
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10.1119/1.3119172
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Fig. 1.

Proposed coil for harnessing the celestial batteries. The solid line indicates the location of the coil having circumference of . The dots indicate the locations to which the magnetic field is interpolated for the calculation of the magnetic flux passing through the coil.

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Fig. 2.

Electromotive force generated by the devised power generation system. The time is minutes in UT from minute zero of 6 April 2000. The space weather storm started at about minute 1000.

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Fig. 3.

Maximum power generated by the devised system. The time is minutes in UT from the beginning of 6 April 2000.

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Fig. 4.

Maximum power (taken over the storm period) generated by the system as a function of the number of turns and the resistance of the conductor used.

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2009-07-01
2014-04-24
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