The Flux Omni Uni Transformations (FLOUT) program integrates over a set of unidirectional flux data to obtain omnidirectional flux, or, alternatively, differentiates omnidirectional flux data to obtain unidirectional flux. The input data is an array of flux values (either omni- or unidirectional) as a function of either magnetic field strength or the cosine of the equatorial pitch angle. A complete set of points is required spanning the region along the field line from the point of interest to the atmospheric cutoff.
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C. S. Roberts, On the Relationship Between the Unidirectional and Omnidirectional Flux of Trapped Particles on a Magnetic Line of Force, J. Geophys, Res. 70, 2517, 1965.
J. I. Vette, Models of the Trapped Radiation Environment, Volume I: Inner Zone Protons and Electrons, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA SP-3024, Washington, D.C., 1966. (B01302)
D. M. Sawyer, Program (FLOUT), KMS Technology Center, Special Report, 1971.
NASA Official: Dr. Robert McGuire, Head of the Space Physics Data Facility