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Title: Modeling the center-to-limb variation of the Ca i 4227 Å line using FCHHT models
Authors: Supriya, H. D
Smitha, H. N
Nagendra, K. N
Stenflo, J. O
Bianda, M
Ravindra, B
Ramelli, R
Anusha, L. S
Keywords: Line: formation;Methods: numerical;Polarization;Radiative transfer;Scattering;Sun: atmosphere
Issue Date: Oct-2015
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Citation: Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Vol. 305, pp. 381-386
Abstract: The Ca i 4227 Å is a chromospheric line exhibiting the largest degree of linear polarization near the limb, in the visible spectrum of the Sun. Modeling the observations of the center-to-limb variations (CLV) of different lines in the Second Solar Spectrum helps to sample the height dependence of the magnetic field, as the observations made at different lines of sight sample different heights in the solar atmosphere. Supriya et al. (2014) attempted to simultaneously model the CLV of the (I, Q/I) spectra of the Ca i 4227 Å line using the standard 1-D FAL model atmospheres. They found that the standard FAL model atmospheres and also any appropriate combination of them, fail to simultaneously fit the observed Stokes (I, Q/I) profiles at all the limb distances (μ) satisfying at the same time all the observational constraints. This failure of 1-D modeling approach can probably be overcome by using multi-dimensional modeling which is computationally expensive. To eliminate an even wider choice of 1-D models, we attempt here to simultaneously model the CLV of the (I, Q/I) spectra using the FCHHT solar model atmospheres which are updated and recent versions of the FAL models. The details of our modeling efforts and the results are presented.
Description: Restricted Access
ISSN: 1743-9213
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