|Case||Total local heating||Imbalance drives||Local heating drives upward Fe,0||Upflow associated with||First density peak|
|(heating location)||balances total losses||upward Fe,0||(Fe,0 reduced due to terms associated with N)||inclusion of terms in N||(peak density)|
|1 (fp2)||0–5 s||5–20 s||20–60 s (5–30 s)||60–80 s||100 s (500 s)|
|2 (fp2)||0–10 s||10–50 s||50–450 s (10–100 s)||–||600 s|
|3 (fp2)||0–10 s||10–35 s||35–60 s (10–35 s)||60–200 s||300 s|
|4 (fp2)||0–20 s||20–50 s||50–600 s (20–100 s)||–||700 s|
Notes. The columns show the time interval during which the total local heating () balances the total losses (), the imbalance between these terms () drives an upward enthalpy flux (Fe,0), local heating drives an upward enthalpy flux (with the upflow reduced due to terms associated with N), the upflow is associated with the inclusion of terms in N, and the time of the first density peak (and subsequent peak density).
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