PROM7: 1D modeler of solar filaments or prominences

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PROM7: 1D modeler of solar filaments or prominences

Post by Ada Coda » Thu May 24, 2018 10:06 pm

PROM7: 1D modeler of solar filaments or prominences

Abstract: PROM7 is an update of PROM4 (ascl:1306.004) and computes simple models of solar prominences and filaments using Partial Radiative Distribution (PRD). The models consist of plane-parallel slabs standing vertically above the solar surface. Each model is defined by 5 parameters: temperature, density, geometrical thickness, microturbulent velocity and height above the solar surface. It solves the equations of radiative transfer, statistical equilibrium, ionization and pressure equilibria, and computes electron and hydrogen level population and hydrogen line profiles. Moreover, the code treats calcium atom which is reduced to 3 ionization states (Ca I, Ca II, CA III). Ca II ion has 5 levels which are useful for computing 2 resonance lines (H and K) and infrared triplet (to 8500 A).

Credit: Gouttebroze, P.

Site: https://idoc.ias.u-psud.fr/MEDOC/Radiat ... odes/PROM7
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/#abs/2018 ... A/abstract

Bibcode: 2018ascl.soft05023G

ID: ascl:1805.023

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