- Conference date: 25-30 Jun 1995
- Location: Dana Point, California (USA)
On the basis of transport theories appropriate to a radially expanding solar wind, new results for the radial evolution of the energy density in solar wind fluctuations at MHD scales are derived. The models, which represent a departure from the well-known WKB description, include the effects of “mixing”, driving by stream-stream interactions and interstellar pick-up ion generated waves as well as non-isotropic MHD turbulence.
- Turbulent flows
- Solar wind
- Magnetohydrodynamic waves
- Solar energy
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