The Flux Omni Uni Transformations (FLOUT) program integrates over a set of unidirectional flux data to obtain omnidirectional flux, or, alternatively, differentiates omnidirectional flux data to obtain unidirectional flux. The input data is an array of flux values (either omni- or unidirectional) as a function of either magnetic field strength or the cosine of the equatorial pitch angle. A complete set of points is required spanning the region along the field line from the point of interest to the atmospheric cutoff.
C. S. Roberts, On the Relationship Between the Unidirectional and Omnidirectional Flux of Trapped Particles on a Magnetic Line of Force, J. Geophys, Res. 70, 2517, 1965.
J. I. Vette, Models of the Trapped Radiation Environment, Volume I: Inner Zone Protons and Electrons, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA SP-3024, Washington, D.C., 1966. (B01302)
D. M. Sawyer, Program (FLOUT), KMS Technology Center, Special Report, 1971. Go to the Model Web Models home page