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Fig. 8


Comparison of the dominant quantities in the UTR jump condition obtained from the HYDRAD and LareJ solutions. Rows 1, 2, 3 and 4 correspond to Case 1 apex, Case 3 apex, Case 3 fp2 and Case 4 fp2 heating, respectively. From left to right the columns show the heat flux at the top of UTR (Fc,0), volumetric heating rate in the UTR (), IRL in the UTR (utr) and enthalpy flux at the top of the UTR (Fe,0, lines connected by diamond symbols indicate where the enthalpy flux is downflowing and lines without diamonds indicate where the enthalpy flux is upflowing). The upper two rows (Cases 1 and 3 apex heating) in the second column () show only the background heating and have a different vertical axis. The dashed blue line is the LareJ solution (computed with 500 grid points along the length of the loop with the jump condition employed) and the dot-dashed orange line corresponds to the fully resolved HYDRAD solution.

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