Testing a multitude of scaled heating laws for the solar corona on the prevalence of prominence condensations within flux rope topologies
Rendering the successful simulation of a fully 3D solar filament/prominence, down to scales of ~20 km, using MPI-AMRVAC.
Using MPI-AMRVAC, we performed a 2.5D MHD simulation to investigate the formation and evolution of the coronal rain phenomenon.
We performed a 2.5D flare simulation from pre-flare phase all the way into the gradual phase to study the formation of coronal rain in post-fflare loop.
We show that condensation can happen inside post-flare loop without background heating with a test.
MPI-AMRVAC is successfully deployed to study the formation and evolution of a prominence in a 2.5D translationally-invariant setup.