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|From the table of the earth layers all values are used for n < 20
which are outside
the earth until 640 Km heigh.
There are 104 values at 639 km ==> 6.14 Km per value
Then applies to the height of the detected maxima layers:
|3.7.1 - Equation:||Height = L - RE|
|As a physical earth radius is used the mean radius RE
= 6371 Km as it is common in physics.
The layers of the atmosphere are compared directly with all calculated layers and then with the mean layer procedure.
|Direct comparison||Middle class procedure|
|Illustration 3.7.1 atmospheric layers|
|.In the middle layer process, all but two layers
produced lie in the areas that are referred to as atmospheric layers.
Further explanations can be found in the book "Grid Structures of the Earth's Magnetic Field" Chapter 14, The Layers of the Atmosphere, pages 115-128. Several tables of the calculated layers can also be found there.
All layers of the atmosphere up to a height of 300 km are included in the earth's stratification structure.
The ozone, D, E, F Schicht layers can therefore be represented as an oscillation phenomenon. Accumulations of vibrations also occur in the gaps between the layers
|3.7.2 - Implication:||The atmosphere can be interpreted as an oscillation phenomenon|
|3.7.3 - Evaluation of the atmospheric layers|
|n a direct comparison, one layer is present for m
= K = 2. This can be used to simplify the layer equation 3.3.1.
For m = K = 2 the atmospheric layers, based on the center of the Earth, can be derived directly from the Earth's stratification structure. The following then applies:
|3.7.4 - Equation:|
|3.7.5 - Average layers for n < 21|
|The atmospheric equation provides for 6 < n < 21 a total of 13 layers of up to 300 km Hight. If one put these layers in a drawing for the atmosphere, the following picture arises.|
|Illustration 3.7.2 atmospheric layers|
|3.7.2 - Implication:||The atmosphere is representable as an oscillation phenomenon.|
|3.7.7 - Theorem:||atmospheric layers <==> earth oscillation structure|
|The atmospheric layers of Earth are equivalent to the earth oscillation structure.
|3.7.8 - Theorem:||atmospheric layers of the earth ⊂ earth oscillation structure|
|The atmospheric layers of Earth are a subset of the earth oscillation structure.|
Ozon-, D, E und F layers also form the electrically conducting layers of the atmosphere.
And, thanks to their potential structure, they are significantly in-volved in the electric field of the earth.
Atmospheric layers and the electric field of the earth are
So the question is:
What physical connection exists between the model of the earth's vibration structure and the formation of the atmospheric layers or the earth's electric field?
We will get the answer to this in Chapter 5.3.
Further explanations can be found in the book "Grid Structures of the Earth's Magnetic Field" Chapter 14, The Layers of the Atmosphere, page 115.
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