2019
DOI: 10.1093/mnrasl/slz162 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Force-free neutron star magnetospheres are nowadays well known and found through numerical simulations. Even extension to general relativity has recently been achieved. However, those solutions are by definition dissipationless, meaning that the star is unable to accelerate particles and let them radiate any photon. Interestingly, the forcefree model has no free parameter however it must be superseded by a dissipative mechanism within the plasma. In this paper, we investigate the magnetosphere electrodynamics … Show more

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“…Therefore, we guess the total charge density to be (1+κ) |ρ e | by introducing the pair multiplicity κ. It is noted that the current density that we used in equation ( 8) is different from that of Pétri (2020). We also obtain a similar result for the aligned rotator by using the current density given by Pétri (2020).…”
Section: Aristotelian Electrodynamicssupporting
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“…Therefore, we guess the total charge density to be (1+κ) |ρ e | by introducing the pair multiplicity κ. It is noted that the current density that we used in equation ( 8) is different from that of Pétri (2020). We also obtain a similar result for the aligned rotator by using the current density given by Pétri (2020).…”
Section: Aristotelian Electrodynamicssupporting
“…It is noted that the current density that we used in equation ( 8) is different from that of Pétri (2020). We also obtain a similar result for the aligned rotator by using the current density given by Pétri (2020).…”
Section: Aristotelian Electrodynamicssupporting
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“…Good starting points would be resistive magnetospheres (Li et al. 2012) as well as radiative magnetospheres (Pétri 2020 a , b ).…”
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