Figure 1: The function with against the polar angle with projections on the vertical and horizontal axes and respectively, indicating an integrable singularity of finite flux at x=+1 for a jet structure. | |
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Figure 2: The function with in a polar plot indicating an integrable singularity at x=+1 for a jet structure. | |
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Figure 3: The function with indicating integrable singularities at x=+1 and at x=-1 for knot structures. | |
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Figure 4: The function with indicating a plasma pressure jet in a very narrow cone about x=+1. | |
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Figure 5: The function with indicating a mass density jet in a very narrow cone about x=+1. | |
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Figure 6: The magnetic field line dependence. | |
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Figure 7: The magnetic field line dependence. | |
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Figure 8: The three-dimensional magnetic field lines, wound on the surface of revolution of Fig. 6, viewed parallel to the x-y plane at about 45 degrees. | |
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Figure 9: The three-dimensional magnetic field lines, wound on the surface of revolution of Fig. 6, viewed down the z axis. | |
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Figure 10: The three-dimensional magnetic field lines, wounded on the surface of revolution of Fig. 6, viewed along the x axis. | |
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Figure 11: The function , with n=3, indicating an integrable singularity at x=+1 for a jet structure. | |
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Figure 12: The function , with n=3, indicating a more symmetric structure. | |
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Figure 13: The function , with n=3, indicating a plasma pressure jet in a very narrow cone about x=+1. | |
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Figure 14: The function with n=3 indicating a mass density jet in a very narrow cone about x=+1. | |
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Figure 15: The magnetic field line dependence, with n=3, showing a symmetric structure. | |
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Figure 16: The three-dimensional magnetic field lines, with n=3, viewed parallel to the x-y plane at about 45 degrees. | |
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Figure 17: The three-dimensional magnetic field lines, with n=3, viewed down the z axis. | |
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Figure 18: The three-dimensional magnetic field lines, with n=3, viewed along the x axis. | |
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