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Modeling Prominence Formation in 2.5D

  • X. Fang (a1), C. Xia (a1) and R. Keppens (a1)

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We use a 2.5-dimensional, fully thermodynamically and magnetohydrodynamically compatible model to imitate the formation process of normal polarity prominences on top of initially linear force-free arcades above photospheric neutral lines. In magnetic arcades hosting chromospheric, transition region, and coronal plasma, we perform a series of numerical simulations to do a parameter survey for multi-dimensional evaporation-condensation prominence models. The investigated parameters include the fixed angle of the magnetic arcade, the strength and spatial range of the localized chromospheric heating.

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Modeling Prominence Formation in 2.5D

  • X. Fang (a1), C. Xia (a1) and R. Keppens (a1)

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