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Fig. 12


Top row: light curves of the soft X-ray emission (black and red lines) and hard X-ray emission (blue and green lines) in models C, S, and V at different photon energy bands (see the inset legend). The bottom row shows the temporal derivative of the soft X-ray light curves together with the hard X-ray light curves during the first 150 s for the same models. The curves are all normalised to their peak value to facilitate representation. The peaks in the higher energy SXR light curves (red lines) tend to precede the lower energy ones (black lines); this is especially visible in models C and S. The decay is also faster at higher SXR photon energy bands. The HXR light curves (blue and green lines) tend to peak at the moment when the SXR growth rate is at its highest (this is especially visible in model S), such that the temporal derivatives of the SXR curves correlate well with the corresponding HXR curves. A few post-flare oscillations are visible in all the SXR light curves represented.

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