Articles | Volume 35, issue 1
https://doi.org/10.5194/angeo-35-53-2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/angeo-35-53-2017
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05 Jan 2017
Regular paper |  | 05 Jan 2017

Ground-based acoustic parametric generator impact on the atmosphere and ionosphere in an active experiment

Yuriy G. Rapoport, Oleg K. Cheremnykh, Volodymyr V. Koshovy, Mykola O. Melnik, Oleh L. Ivantyshyn, Roman T. Nogach, Yuriy A. Selivanov, Vladimir V. Grimalsky, Valentyn P. Mezentsev, Larysa M. Karataeva, Vasyl. M. Ivchenko, Gennadi P. Milinevsky, Viktor N. Fedun, and Eugen N. Tkachenko

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Before many catastrophic phenomena such as earthquakes, sound is generated at a very low frequency. It is already established that it can disturb the upper layer of the atmosphere – the ionosphere. Control of disasters' precursors is important. Using the unique, powerful sound generator, whose loudness is comparable to an ascending jet, we have constructed the theory and conducted a series of experiments trying to model acoustic action of disasters on the ionosphere.