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Title: Frequency-Dependent Damping in Propagating Slow Magneto-Acoustic Waves
Authors: Krishna Prasad, S
Banerjee, D
Doorsselaere, T. V
Keywords: Methods: data analysis;Methods: observational;Sun: corona;Sun: oscillations
Issue Date: 10-Jul-2014
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 789, No. 2, 118
Abstract: Propagating slow magneto-acoustic waves are often observed in polar plumes and active region fan loops. The observed periodicities of these waves range from a few minutes to a few tens of minutes and their amplitudes were found to decay rapidly as they travel along the supporting structure. Previously, thermal conduction, compressive viscosity, radiation, density stratification, and area divergence were identified to be some of the causes for change in the slow wave amplitude. Our recent studies indicate that the observed damping in these waves is frequency-dependent. We used imaging data from the Solar Dynamics Observatory/Atmospheric Imaging Assembly to study this dependence in detail and for the first time via observations we attempted to deduce a quantitative relation between the damping length and frequency of these oscillations. We developed a new analysis method to obtain this relation. The observed frequency dependence does not seem to agree with the current linear wave theory and it was found that the waves observed in the polar regions show a different dependence from those observed in the on-disk loop structures despite the similarity in their properties.
Description: Open Access
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/6626
ISSN: 0004-637X
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