Follow
Ward Manchester
Ward Manchester
Research Professor, University of Michigan
Verified email at umich.edu
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Space Weather Modeling Framework: A new tool for the space science community
G Tóth, IV Sokolov, TI Gombosi, DR Chesney, CR Clauer, DL De Zeeuw, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 110 (A12), 2005
8222005
Adaptive numerical algorithms in space weather modeling
G Tóth, B Van der Holst, IV Sokolov, DL De Zeeuw, TI Gombosi, F Fang, ...
Journal of Computational Physics 231 (3), 870-903, 2012
7072012
Alfvén wave solar model (AWSoM): coronal heating
B van der Holst, IV Sokolov, X Meng, M Jin, WB Manchester IV, G Toth, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 782 (2), 81, 2014
4252014
Modeling a space weather event from the Sun to the Earth: CME generation and interplanetary propagation
WB Manchester IV, TI Gombosi, I Roussev, A Ridley, DL De Zeeuw, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 109 (A2), 2004
3192004
Eruption of a buoyantly emerging magnetic flux rope
W Manchester IV, T Gombosi, D DeZeeuw, Y Fan
The Astrophysical Journal 610 (1), 588, 2004
3102004
A three-dimensional model of the solar wind incorporating solar magnetogram observations
II Roussev, TI Gombosi, IV Sokolov, M Velli, W Manchester IV, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 595 (1), L57, 2003
2262003
The origin, early evolution and predictability of solar eruptions
LM Green, T Török, B Vršnak, W Manchester, A Veronig
Space Science Reviews 214, 1-52, 2018
2242018
The physical processes of CME/ICME evolution
W Manchester, EKJ Kilpua, YD Liu, N Lugaz, P Riley, T Török, B Vršnak
Space Science Reviews 212, 1159-1219, 2017
2132017
Three‐dimensional MHD simulation of a flux rope driven CME
WB Manchester IV, TI Gombosi, I Roussev, DL De Zeeuw, IV Sokolov, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 109 (A1), 2004
1952004
Magnetohydrodynamic waves and coronal heating: Unifying empirical and MHD turbulence models
IV Sokolov, B Van der Holst, R Oran, C Downs, II Roussev, M Jin, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 764 (1), 23, 2013
1822013
Numerical simulation of the interaction of two coronal mass ejections from Sun to Earth
N Lugaz, WB Manchester IV, TI Gombosi
The Astrophysical Journal 634 (1), 651, 2005
1782005
A semiempirical magnetohydrodynamical model of the solar wind
O Cohen, IV Sokolov, II Roussev, CN Arge, WB Manchester, TI Gombosi, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 654 (2), L163, 2006
1762006
Three-dimensional MHD simulation of the 2003 October 28 coronal mass ejection: comparison with LASCO coronagraph observations
WB Manchester IV, A Vourlidas, G Tóth, N Lugaz, II Roussev, IV Sokolov, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 684 (2), 1448, 2008
1642008
Numerical simulation of an EUV coronal wave based on the 2009 February 13 CME event observed by STEREO
O Cohen, GDR Attrill, WB Manchester, MJ Wills-Davey
The Astrophysical Journal 705 (1), 587, 2009
1552009
Coronal mass ejection shock and sheath structures relevant to particle acceleration
WB Manchester IV, TI Gombosi, DL De Zeeuw, IV Sokolov, II Roussev, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 622 (2), 1225, 2005
1532005
A data-driven, two-temperature solar wind model with Alfvén waves
B van der Holst, WB Manchester, RA Frazin, AM Vásquez, G Tóth, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 725 (1), 1373, 2010
1462010
Sun‐to‐thermosphere simulation of the 28–30 October 2003 storm with the Space Weather Modeling Framework
G Toth, DL De Zeeuw, TI Gombosi, WB Manchester, AJ Ridley, IV Sokolov, ...
Space Weather 5 (6), 2007
1372007
The evolution of coronal mass ejection density structures
N Lugaz, WB Manchester IV, TI Gombosi
The Astrophysical Journal 627 (2), 1019, 2005
1072005
Data-constrained coronal mass ejections in a global magnetohydrodynamics model
M Jin, WB Manchester, B Van der Holst, I Sokolov, G Tóth, RE Mullinix, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 834 (2), 173, 2017
952017
Extended MHD modeling of the steady solar corona and the solar wind
TI Gombosi, B van der Holst, WB Manchester, IV Sokolov
Living reviews in solar physics 15, 1-57, 2018
932018
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20