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2 Modelling Coronal Magnetic Fields To understand the energy release and conversion processes in the solar corona we need a detailed knowledge of solar magnetic fields since most phenomena we observe are produced directly by a subtle nonlinear interaction between the solar atmospheric plasma and the magnetic field [19, 21]. However, we can only measure the magnetic field reliably at the solar surface, and so a knowledge of the overlying fields depends on an extrapolation from those values upwards.
3c). – Interacting-Structure Flares include interacting-loop flares, merging or emerging-flux flares, etc. The reconnection between interacting magnetic systems (Fig. 3a,b) is governed by emerging/merging motions, or is driven by coalescence instability [26, 50, 106]. A frequent feature associated with flares of this class is an opposite polarity “intrusion” within the dominant photospheric field, often created by a newly emerging flux. The tension of overlying field prevents the expansion of emerging flux, providing the current sheet formation (Fig.