Damping of Longitudinal Magneto–Acoustic Oscillations in Slowly Varying Coronal Plasma

@article{Erdlyi2011DampingOL,
  title={Damping of Longitudinal Magneto–Acoustic Oscillations in Slowly Varying Coronal Plasma},
  author={R{\'o}bert Erd{\'e}lyi and Khalil S. Al-Ghafri and Richard J. Morton},
  journal={Solar Physics},
  year={2011},
  volume={272},
  pages={73-89}
}
We investigate the propagation of MHD waves in a magnetised plasma in a weakly stratified atmosphere, representative of hot coronal loops. In most earlier studies, a time-independent equilibrium was considered. Here we abandon this restriction and allow the equilibrium to develop as a function of time. In particular, the background plasma is assumed to be cooling due to thermal conduction. The cooling is assumed to occur on a time scale greater than the characteristic travel times of the… 

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