Observation-based modelling of the energetic storm particle event of 14 July 2012

@article{Wijsen2022ObservationbasedMO,
  title={Observation-based modelling of the energetic storm particle event of 14 July 2012},
  author={Nicolas Wijsen and {\`A}ngels Aran and Camilla Scolini and David Lario and Alexandr Afanasiev and Rami Vainio and Blai Sanahuja and Jens Pomoell and Stefaan Poedts},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2022}
}
Aims. We model the energetic storm particle (ESP) event of 14 July 2012 using the energetic particle acceleration and transport model named ‘PArticle Radiation Asset Directed at Interplanetary Space Exploration’ (PARADISE), together with the solar wind and coronal mass ejection (CME) model named ‘EUropean Heliospheric FORcasting Information Asset’ (EUHFORIA). The simulation results illustrate both the capabilities and limitations of the utilised models. We show that the models capture some… 
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