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10-Oct-2012Interchange reconnection in a turbulent coronaA. F. Rappazzo; W. H. Matthaeus; D. Ruffolo; S. Servidio; M. Velli; Bartol Research Institute; Mahidol University; South Carolina Commission on Higher Education; Universita della Calabria; Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
1-Nov-2011Magnetic field line random walk for disturbed flux surfaces: Trapping effects and multiple routes to Bohm diffusionM. C. Ghilea; D. Ruffolo; P. Chuychai; W. Sonsrettee; A. Seripienlert; W. H. Matthaeus; Mahidol University; South Carolina Commission on Higher Education; Mae Fah Luang University; Panyapiwat Institute of Management; Bartol Research Institute; Dacon Inspection Services Co.
1-Aug-2016MAGNETIC FIELD LINE RANDOM WALK in ISOTROPIC TURBULENCE with VARYING MEAN FIELDW. Sonsrettee; P. Subedi; D. Ruffolo; W. H. Matthaeus; A. P. Snodin; P. Wongpan; P. Chuychai; G. Rowlands; S. Vyas; Mahidol University; South Carolina Commission on Higher Education; Panyapiwat Institute of Management; Bartol Research Institute; King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok; University of Otago; Burapha University; The University of Warwick; Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
1-Jan-2015Magnetic field line random walk in isotropic turbulence with zero mean fieldW. Sonsrettee; P. Subedi; D. Ruffolo; W. H. Matthaeus; A. P. Snodin; P. Wongpan; P. Chuychai; Mahidol University; South Carolina Commission on Higher Education; Panyapiwat Institute of Management; Bartol Research Institute; King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok; Mae Fah Luang University; University of Otago
10-Dec-2013Magnetic field line random walk in models and simulations of reduced magnetohydrodynamic turbulenceA. P. Snodin; D. Ruffolo; S. Oughton; S. Servidio; W. H. Matthaeus; Mahidol University; South Carolina Commission on Higher Education; King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok; University of Waikato; Universita della Calabria; Bartol Research Institute
1-Jan-2013Model of the field line random walk evolution and approach to asymptotic diffusion in magnetic turbulenceA. P. Snodin; D. Ruffolo; W. H. Matthaeus; Mahidol University; South Carolina Commission on Higher Education; Bartol Research Institute
20-Oct-2008Perpendicular transport of energetic charged particles in nonaxisymmetric two-component magnetic turbulenceD. Ruffolo; P. Chuychai; P. Wongpan; J. Minnie; J. W. Bieber; W. H. Matthaeus; Mahidol University; Bartol Research Institute
10-Mar-2012Random ballistic interpretation of nonlinear guiding center theoryD. Ruffolo; T. Pianpanit; W. H. Matthaeus; P. Chuychai; Mahidol University; South Carolina Commission on Higher Education; Bartol Research Institute; Mae Fah Luang University
10-Jun-2006Random walk of magnetic field lines in nonaxisymmetric turbulenceD. Ruffolo; P. Chuychai; W. H. Matthaeus; Mahidol University; Chulalongkorn University; Bartol Research Institute
10-Oct-2004Separation of magnetic field lines in two-component turbulenceD. Ruffolo; W. H. Matthaeus; P. Chuychai; Chulalongkorn University; Mahidol University; Bartol Research Institute
10-Nov-2016SIMULATIONS of LATERAL TRANSPORT and DROPOUT STRUCTURE of ENERGETIC PARTICLES from IMPULSIVE SOLAR FLARESP. Tooprakai; A. Seripienlert; D. Ruffolo; P. Chuychai; W. H. Matthaeus; Chulalongkorn University; South Carolina Commission on Higher Education; Mahidol University; Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi (RMUTT); Burapha University; Bartol Research Institute
1-Jan-2009Solar moss patterns: Heating of coronal loops by turbulence and magnetic connection to the footpointsR. Kittinaradorn; D. Ruffolo; W. H. Matthaeus; Mahidol University; South Carolina Commission on Higher Education; Bartol Research Institute
1-Jan-2007Spectral properties and length scales of two-dimensional magnetic field modelsW. H. Matthaeus; J. W. Bieber; D. Ruffolo; P. Chuychai; J. Minnie; Bartol Research Institute; Mahidol University
10-Dec-2013Squeezing of particle distributions by expanding magnetic turbulence and space weather variabilityD. Ruffolo; A. Seripienlert; P. Tooprakai; P. Chuychai; W. H. Matthaeus; Mahidol University; South Carolina Commission on Higher Education; Chulalongkorn University; Mae Fah Luang University; Bartol Research Institute
1-Nov-2005Suppressed diffusive escape of topologically trapped magnetic field linesP. Chuychai; D. Ruffolo; W. H. Matthaeus; G. Rowlands; Chulalongkorn University; Bartol Research Institute; Mahidol University; The University of Warwick
1-Jan-2013Theory of magnetic field line random walk in noisy reduced magnetohydrodynamic turbulenceD. Ruffolo; W. H. Matthaeus; Mahidol University; University of Delaware
20-Apr-2007Trapping and diffusive escape of field lines in two-component magnetic turbulenceP. Chuychai; D. Ruffolo; W. H. Matthaeus; J. Meechai; University of Delaware; Mahidol University; Chulalongkorn University
10-Nov-2003Trapping of solar energetic particles by the small-scale topology of solar wind turbulenceD. Ruffolo; W. H. Matthaeus; P. Chuychai; Chulalongkorn University; Mahidol University; Bartol Research Institute
1-Jan-2009When do particles follow field lines?J. Minnie; W. H. Matthaeus; J. W. Bieber; D. Ruffolo; R. A. Burger; Bartol Research Institute; Mahidol University; North-West University