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ALF3D model

ALF3D model description

ALF3D runs:

The output file is from a fully 3D MHD coronal simulation run that is a part of the M1 (Young Sun at 0.7 Gyr) scenario described in Airapetian and Usmanov (Astrophys. J. Lett., 817, L24, 2016). The coronal model region extends from 1 to 20 solar radii. The input parameters for the coronal simulation: the dipole magnetic field on the Sun with the polar strength of 54.9 G, the number density and temperature at the coronal base in open field regions are 5·108 particles cm-3 and 1.8 MK, respectively, the driving amplitude of Alfvén waves is 100 km s-1, and the solar rotation period is 5.1 days.
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