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Fig. 11


Figures depicting the tendency of the B4 field to split into two flux ropes of opposing sign. Panels a)c) the core field shown in Figs. 10af as viewed from the side. Panels d)f) local twisting distributions Lf(x,y) of the B4 field for a simulation, whose core field lines are shown in panels g)i), and whose maximum field strength is comparable to that of the background field (the flux rope of the field in panels a)c) is a factor 3 stronger than in panels g)i)).

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