neutral atmosphere

neutral atmosphere

[′nü·trəl ′at·mə‚sfir]
(engineering)
An atmosphere which neither oxidizes nor reduces immersed materials.
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The space weather atmosphere model and indices (swami) project aims to enhance this understanding by: developing improved neutral atmosphere and thermosphere models, make a major leap forward by combining these physics-based and empirical models, exploiting new geomagnetic, And improve the forecast of the activity indices.
This study reveals complex interconnections between the Sun, Moon, and Earth's neutral atmosphere and ionosphere and demonstrates persistent coupling processes between different components of the Earth's atmosphere, a topic of significant community interest," the researchers wrote.
This trend is called the seasonal anomaly, and occurs as a result of the seasonal changes in the neutral atmosphere.
The source added that choosing Salalah, in the southern part of Oman, for the meeting, came to create a neutral atmosphere for all the Libyan parties.
The ionosphere is the conductive atmospheric layer formed by the ionization of the neutral atmosphere.
The images of the projection at a 15 cm distance, show a dense coating and with more agglomerated and well melted particles, using a fuel atmosphere; this may be right, while for the neutral atmosphere, although it shows a good layer density, is observed the presence of pores and semi-molten particles, besides a cracking between the splats.
Atmosphere--Oxidation, Neutral, Reduction: A glaze can be fired in an oxidation atmosphere (more air than fuel present in combustion), a neutral atmosphere (equal amounts of air and fuel), or a reduction atmosphere (more fuel than air present in combustion).
The ring rain's effect occurs in Saturn's ionosphere (Earth has a similar ionosphere), where charged particles are produced when the otherwise neutral atmosphere is exposed to a flow of energetic particles or solar radiation.
Electrostatic waves generated by the HAARP radio transmissions are thought to be responsible for accelerating electrons to high enough energy to produce the glow discharge in the neutral atmosphere approaching altitudes of nearly170 kilometers.
He limits the discussion to the unguided propagation of microwaves in the neutral atmosphere, particularly for the purpose of characterizing and modeling atmospheric constituents, or remote sensing.
The bonded, sand specimens were heated in a muffle furnace using a neutral atmosphere consisting of a 7 to 1 ratio of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide.