The Temperature Structure of Some Typical Flare Loop Systems
Friday, 19 December 2014
Solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are the main drivers of disastrous space weather. To understand the physical processes behind solar eruptions is the important base and prerequisite for reliable space weather prediction. Studying thermodynamic properties of flaring structures will help understand the flare energy-release process. Here we show some flares which occur at the solar limb or near the limb and have typical cusp-like flare loops. With high-resolution data provided by six EUV channels of the AIA instrument on board SDO, we utilize the differential emission measure (DEM) method to study the flare loop system, focusing on the temperature of the cusp structure, and the results are compared with previous studies.