The Development of a Split-tail Heliosphere and the Role of Non-ideal Processes: A Comparison of the BU and Moscow Models

@article{Kornbleuth2021TheDO,
  title={The Development of a Split-tail Heliosphere and the Role of Non-ideal Processes: A Comparison of the BU and Moscow Models},
  author={M. Z. Kornbleuth and Merav Opher and I. I. Baliukin and Matina Gkioulidou and John D. Richardson and Gary P. Zank and A. T. Michael and G{\'a}bor Zsolt T{\'o}th and Valeriy Tenishev and Vladislav Izmodenov and D. B. Alexashov and Stephen Anthony Fuselier and James F. Drake and Konstantinos Dialynas},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={923}
}
Global models of the heliosphere are critical tools used in the interpretation of heliospheric observations. There are several three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) heliospheric models that rely on different strategies and assumptions. Until now only one paper has compared global heliosphere models, but without magnetic field effects. We compare the results of two different MHD models, the BU and Moscow models. Both models use identical boundary conditions to compare how different… 
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