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Weimer form 'run_weimer.cgi'

This is a CCMC-3DView IDL visualization version:
Weimer model plots appear in the same format as all other (ionosphere) models' plots.

The available versions of the Weimer model run instantly and do not require a run request.
Inputs to the model contain the time or Earth dipole tilt angle and selected solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field inputs. The electric potential pattern and the field-aligned currents (FAC), if available, in the polar ionosphere are determined from a database of satellite measurements.

The interface for the Weimer model contains six sections:

1. Weimer model version selection Three versions are currently available:

2. Earth System Input Parameters: 3. Solar Wind Input Parameters: Defaults for the solar wind and IMF values represent average conditions. Limits implemented denote what can reasonable be expected in the solar wind. The model, however may have additional limitations.
NOTE:A combination of several extreme selections (large values together, e.g., N=100, V=1100km, and Bz=-60), although permitted, provides model output for illustration only.

4. Display Parameters

5. Display Options 6. List data (activated by checking button):
Last updated: Apr. 2, 2007 - Lutz Rastätter
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Air Force Materiel Command Air Force Office of Scientific Research Air Force Research Laboratory Air Force Weather Agency NOAA Space Environment Center National Science Foundation Office of Naval Research

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