Catastrophes Prediction Complex
The Development of an Equipment to Predict Regions and Dates of Nature Catastrophes (Earthquakes, Typhoons, Tsunami, etc.) Using Research of Ion Plasma Beam Dynamics in the Ion Sphere of the Earth
Tech Area / Field
- ENV-MIN/Monitoring and Instrumentation/Environment
- PHY-PLS/Plasma Physics/Physics
3 Approved without Funding
NPO Energia, Russia, Moscow reg., Korolev
- FIAN Lebedev, Russia, Moscow\nAll-Russian Research Institute of Automatics, Russia, Moscow\nCentral Research Institute of Machine Building (TsNIIMash), Russia, Moscow reg., Korolev\nRussian Academy of Sciences / Institute of Space Research, Russia, Moscow\nResearch Institute of Space Instruments, Russia, Moscow reg., Yubileyni
- University of Iowa / Department of Physics and Astronomy, USA, IA, Iowa City\nUniversite Paul Sabatier / Centre d'Etude Spatiale des Rayonnements, France, Toulouse\nInstitut fur Weltraumforschung / Osterreichisch Akademie der Wissenschaftem, Austria, Graz
Project summaryThe project implies theoretical, computational, and experimental activities on the development and examination at land of an equipment to predict regions and dates of nature catastrophe occurrence using heavy-current deuterium ion injector, detectors on the base of multigrid probe and toroidal pulsed solenoid, time measuring unit (timer) allowing highly accurate determination of magnetic component of electromagnetic field Bн and induction of quasi-steady geomagnetic Earth’s field BE when aboard electromagnetic interference exceeds measured physical values which are Earth’s cataclysm precursors. As a result of the project a laboratory system should be developed and tested in land conditions. This system is to be a prototype of operating highly sensitive magnetometer on the base of remote interrogation of the Earth’s magnetosphere by pulsed ion beams.
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