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Paper: Spectroscopic Hinode Observables from Turbulent Heating and Cooling of Coronal Loops
Volume: 397, First Results From Hinode
Page: 83
Authors: Buchlin, É.; Cargill, P.J.; Bradshaw, S.J.; Velli, M.
Abstract: We present a model of coronal loop turbulence allowing the fast computation of heating in a loop at high Reynolds numbers. We also consider the coupling of both heating and cooling processes in loops, including for the first time a feedback of the cooling on the heating: the heating computed by the shell-models used as an input of a hydrodynamic model of a loop with thermal conduction and a self-consistent treatment of radiation. We forward-model spectroscopic variables that can be compared to Hinode observations.
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