Mail:Institute of Mechanics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Acad. G.Bontchev Str, block 4,
1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
e-mail : geospace@bgcict.bas.bg


SOME RECENT STUDIES:


M.D.Kartalev, V.I. Nikolova, I.P. Mastikov, V.F.Kamenetsky
ON THE SELF-CONSISTENT DETERMINATION OF DAYSIDE MAGNETOPAUSE SHAPE AND POSITION.
Planetary and Space Science, Vol. 44, 1195 (1996).CLICK HERE(Hypertext with Postscript figures)


V.I.Nikolova and M.D.Kartalev
INNER COMA DESCRIPTION IN THE FRAME OF THE GLOBAL SINGLE-FLUID GASDYNAMICAL MODELLING OF THE SOLAR WIND-COMET ATMOSPHERE INTERACTION
In press CLICK HERE(Postscript,344504 bytes)


M.D. Kartalev and V.I. Nikolova
ON THE MAGNETIC FIELD DIFFUSION IN MHD MODELING OF THE INNER COMA OF COMET HALLEY
Submitted for publication in Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics CLICK HERE (Postscript, 522413 bytes)


M.D. Kartalev
ON THE SINGLE-FLUID MODELING OF MASS-LOADED PLASMA
(1998) Accepted in Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics CLICK HERE (Postscript, 270757 bytes)


D.K.Koitchev, M.S.Kastchiev, M.D.Kartalev
SIMPLIFIED 3D MAGNETOSPHERIC MAGNETIC FIELD
In press CLICK HERE(Postscript,2715333 bytes)


G.H.Vatkova , M.D.Kartalev
NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE NONLINEAR INSTABILITIES IN THE MAGNETOPAUSE LAYER
In press CLICK HERE(Postscript,2141781 bytes)


V.I.Nikolova, M.D.Kartalev
ON THE NUMERICAL MODELING OF THE VENUS PLANETOSPHERE/MANTLE
In press CLICK HERE(Postscript, 262900 bytes)


M.D. Kartalev
DIFFUSION OF THE INTERPLANETARY MAGNETIC FIELD INTO THE PLANETOSPHERE OF VENUS CLICK HERE (Postscript, 188513 bytes )


M.D.Kartalev , M.S.Kaschiev , D.K.Koitchev
FINITE ELEMENT NUMERICAL MODELING OF A STATIONARY TWO-DIMENSIONAL MAGNETOPAUSE WITH DEFINED BOUNDARY
Journal of computational physics 119, 220-230 (1995)


M.D.Kartalev , V.I.Nikolova
INFLUENCE OF THE INTERHEMISPHERIC COUPLING ON THE GLOBAL IONOSPHERIC ELECTRIC FIELD AND CURRENTS DISTRIBUTION CLICK HERE (Postscript, 2033474 bytes)


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