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Model Calculations of the Photospheric Layers of Solar Magnetic Fluxtubes

  • Oskar Steiner (a1) and J.O. Stenflo (a1)

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Multi-dimensional radiative energy transport is coupled self-consistently to magnetohydrostatic solutions for fluxtubes with rotational symmetry. It is shown that the photospheric layers of plage and network fluxtubes are heated by radiation by as much as 300 K at equal geometrical height. The amount of heating depends on the density reduction within the tube. The results are compared with observational data and the most recent semi-empirical model.

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Model Calculations of the Photospheric Layers of Solar Magnetic Fluxtubes

  • Oskar Steiner (a1) and J.O. Stenflo (a1)

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