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Fig. 3


Results for Case 1. The panels show the coronal averaged temperature and density as functions of time, and the temperature versus density phase space plot. The sub-panels show the time evolution of the coronal averaged temperature over a shorter time interval (the first 200 s). Columns 1–5 correspond to apex, fp1 (base of corona), fp2 (base of TR) afp1 and afp2 (asymmetric) heating, respectively. The dashed blue line is the LareJ solution (computed with 500 grid points along the length of the loop with the jump condition employed), the solid blue line is the Lare1D solution (computed with the same spatial resolution as the LareJ solution but without the jump condition employed) and the dot-dashed orange line corresponds to the fully resolved HYDRAD solution. The total energy deposited in the asymmetric heating events (afp1 and afp2) is only 50% that of the symmetric heating events (apex, fp1 and fp2) because only the left-hand leg of the loop is heated.

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