Global cycle statistics for reduced stochasticity simulations with two different inflow speed parameters v 00. Frequency histograms of cycle maxima and dipole strength are plotted in panels (A) and (B) of Figure 2.
|v 00||0 (cm s−1)||–500 (cm s−1)||–750 (cm s−1)|
|pSSNmax||85.19 ± 18.22||75.11 ± 14.85||70.41 ± 14.11|
|T pSSN||10.14 ± 0.44||10.18 ± 0.41||10.25 ± 0.42|
||D*max|||5.41 ± 0.59||5.07 ± 0.55||4.85 ± 0.53|
|2.29 ± 0.90||2.14 ± 0.92||2.20 ± 0.91|
|2.21 ± 1.09||2.08 ± 1.07||2.13 ± 1.08|
pSSNmax – Average of simulated cycle maxima.
|D*max| – Average of dipole maxima, absolute values. D* is computed as the integral of the radial magnetic field over the whole surface.
T pSSN – Average of simulated cycle duration.
– Timelag between the epoch of pSSNmax and D*max within the same cycle.
– Timelag between the epoch of pSSNmax and D Φmax within the same cycle, where D Φ is evaluated from the polar cap fluxes: D Φ = (Φ N − Φ S )/2.
r pSSN – Linear correlarion between cycle maxima and dipole amplitude of the previous cycle.
r ΔpSSN – Linear correlation between two asymmetry parameters: the asymmetry in hemispheric pSSN, the sunspot number asymmetry and that of the polar cap flux in the previous cycle (Nagy et al., 2019).
r ΔT – Correlation between two asymmetry parameters: the time lag between hemispheric cycle onsets, and the asymmetry of polar cap flux in the previous cycle.
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