@article{oai:soar-ir.repo.nii.ac.jp:00012261,
author = {MORI, SATORU and YASUE, SHIN-ICHI},
issue = {1},
journal = {信州大学理学部紀要},
month = {Oct},
note = {Theoretical calculations of the solar semi-diurnal variation expected at 41 stations for the nucleonic component have been made for two types of spectra, the power- and exponential-type. The latitude distribution of the semi-diurnal anisotropy has also been considered of both forms of the cosine- and the square of the cosine-function of the geographic latitude. Calculated results for four cases of the combination of these spectral and latitude dependences are compared. It is found that a difference in the results for the two types of the latitude distribution is appreciably large, particularly in the amplitude at high and very high latitude stations. A tendency is also shown in comparison of the results for the two types of spectral dependences that the calculated values with some higher cut-off rigidity in the power-type spectrum rather corresponds to the values with the rigidity giving the peak intensity in the exponential-type spectrum. Finally the expected relative amplitude and average deflection angle are tabulated for the case where the spectral form is of the exponential-type of R^γexp(-R/R_0) and the latitude distribution has a form of (√3)/2cos^2λ., Article, 信州大学理学部紀要 5(1): 37-64(1970)},
pages = {37--64},
title = {Theoretical Calculation of Cosmic-Ray Solar Semi-Diurnal Variation -Nucleonic Component},
volume = {5},
year = {1970}
}