# Cosmic Ray Interactions, Propagation, and Acceleration in by Lev Dorman, L I Dorman

By Lev Dorman, L I Dorman

Bankruptcy 1 in short describes the most houses of area plasmas and first CR. bankruptcy 2 considers the matter of CR propagation in area plasmas defined by means of the kinetic equation and sorts of diffusion approximations. bankruptcy three is dedicated to CR non-linear results in area plasmas attributable to CR strain and CR kinetic move instabilities with the new release of Alfv?n turbulence. In bankruptcy four diverse approaches of CR acceleration in house plasmas are thought of. The booklet ends with an inventory supplying greater than 1,300 complete references, a dialogue on destiny advancements and unsolved difficulties, in addition to item and writer indexes.

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5. The anisotropy in energy intervals 1 and 2 The anisotropy and mode of propagation in the Galaxy of super-high energy CR are of special interest in connection with the examined problem of their origin. The published data of the measurements of 84 largest size of EAS with four EAS arrays at Sydney, Volcano Ranch, Haverah Park, and Yakutsk have been used by Hillas and Ouldridge (1975) to study the distribution of the arrival of the ≥ 8 CHAPTER 1 2 × 1019 eV CR particles to the Earth. The search for sidereal anisotropy on the basis of the above data has given a value of ∼ 60% for the amplitudes of the first and second harmonics.

4) where nio is the CR contents at the exit from the source. 3. Expected fluxes of secondary electrons, positrons, γ–quanta, and neutrinos The nuclear interactions of CR with the space plasma matter in sources and during CR propagation also produce unstable secondary particles (K mesons, π o mesons, π ± mesons, neutrons) whose decay eventually gives γ−quanta, electrons, and neutrinos. 11 for electrons. In Eq. 5 the energy of secondary particles and gamma rays E is measured in GeV; X is the thickness of matter in g/cm2 at the beam along the line of sight in the region filled with CR.

3. 5 × 10 −13 L2T 3 2 . 4) the interplanetary space 5 ( T ≈ 10 K , L ≥ 10 cm) tm ≥ 7 × 10 sec ≈ 2 × 10 years; for processes near solar spots ( T ≈ 6 × 103 K , L ≈ 3 × 109 cm ) tm ≈ 1012 sec ≈ 3 × 104 years; for processes in interstellar space ( T ≈ 103 K , L ≥ 1015 cm ) 4 tm ≥ 1020 sec ≈ 3 × 1012 years; 12 17 in 10 supernova remnants ( T ≥ 10 K , L ≥ 10 cm ) tm ≥ 3 × 10 sec ≈ 10 years. These times are several orders bigger than characteristic times of processes in corresponding space conditions, and in some cases are bigger than the age of Universe.