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Large-amplitude quasi-periodic pulsations as evidence of impulsive heating in hot transient loop systems detected in the EUV with SDO/AIA View all abstracts by submitter

Fabio Reale   Submitted: 2019-09-09 06:20

Short heat pulses can trigger plasma pressure fronts inside closed magnetic tubes in the corona. The alternation of condensations and rarefactions from the pressure modes drive large-amplitude pulsations in the plasma emission. Here we show the detection of such pulsations along magnetic tubes that brighten transiently in the hot 94A EUV channel of SDO/AIA. The pulsations are consistent with those predicted by hydrodynamic loop modeling, and confirm pulsed heating in the loop system. The comparison of observations and model provides constraints on the heat deposition: a good agreement requires loop twisting and pulses deposited close to the footpoints with a duration of 0.5 min in one loop, and deposited in the corona with a duration of 2.5 min in another loop of the same loop system.

Authors: Fabio Reale, Paola Testa, Antonino Petralia, Dmitrii Y. Kolotkov
Projects: SDO-AIA

Publication Status: Accepted by ApJ
Last Modified: 2019-09-11 04:19
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