In Fig. 2.45.2 the dependences of Xomax on Adr are shown for Climax NM. From Fig. 2.45.2 can be seen that the region of crossings of Xo max (Adr ) for odd and even cycles is: 13 < Xomax < 16.5 , 1.7% < Ajr < 2.3%. For Huancayo/Haleakala NM this region is: 13 < Xomax < 18,0.23% < Adr < 0.43%. Thus we came to conclusion that the amplitude of the drift effect is about 2.0% for Climax NM and about 0.33% for Huancayo/Haleakala NM. It means that for primary CR with rigidity 10-15 GV a relative contribution of drift effects is about 20-25%. For CR with rigidity 35-40 GV a relative role of drift effects is about 2-3 times smaller. For Xo max we obtained for both 10-15 and 35-40 GV about 15 av. months, what corresponds ro ~ 100 AU (at average solar wind speed 400 km/s).
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