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Excitation of magneto-acoustic waves in network magnetic elements

  • Yoshiaki Kato (a1), Oskar Steiner (a2), Matthias Steffen (a3) and Yoshinori Suematsu (a4)

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From radiation magnetohydrodynamic (RMHD) simulations we track the temporal evolution of a vertical magnetic flux sheet embedded in a two-dimensional non-stationary atmosphere that reaches all the way from the upper convection zone to the low chromosphere. Examining its temporal behavior near the interface between the convection zone and the photosphere, we describe the excitation of propagating longitudinal waves within the magnetic element as a result of convective motion in its surroundings.

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