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Mechanical Energy Transport

  • Robert F. Stein (a1) and John W. Leibacher (a2)

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Ladies and Gentlemen, we now reveal to you the secrets of how to create chaos out of order. The existence of a chromosphere or corona requires the existence of motions. A chromosphere or corona requires some non-radiative heat input. There has to be some kind of motion, either oscillatory or quasi-static, to transport the energy up to the chromosphere or corona. This ordered motion may be observed as chaos: microturbulence, macroturbulence, line asymmetries or shifts. Of course, it is necessary to actually compute the effects of motions on line profiles in order to see what will really happen.

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