[Speaker 1] Sukom Amnart
AffiliationD3, SOKENDAI, Mitaka（supervisor : Saeko Hayashi）
[Speaker 2]Sako Nobuharu
AffiliationD3, SOKENDAI, Mitaka（supervisor : Tetsuya Watanabe）
An energetics study of X-ray jets
[Abstract]For plasma acceleration in X-ray jets, three mechanisms have been considered, based on the reconnection model of X-ray jets; The reconnection jet produced by magnetic tension, the evaporation flow produced by pressure gradient, and the twisted jet produced by magnetic pressure. There are some evidences of X-ray jets in active regions (ARs) produced by pressure gradient. On the other hands, there is no observational evidence of X-ray jets by the other forces. In order to distinguish the evaporation flow from the other types of jets, I have studied the energetics of the X-ray jets.
Using over 100 X-ray jets greater than 3×104 km in length in ARs, quiet regions (QRs), and coronal holes (CHs), I have find no large differences in the life time, the width of the jets, and the area of the footpoint flares in such regions. On the other hands, the plasma number density of the X-ray jets and flares in ARs is ten times larger than those in QRs and CHs. From a comparison of the energy flux of the jets with the energy flux from the reconnection sites, which is estimated from the footpoint flares, I have found that the some events are consistent with the prediction from the evaporation flow. The energy fluxes of the other events are larger than the energy flux from the reconnection site. The kinetic energy fluxes of these jets are larger than the thermal fluxes. In my presentation, I will discuss the details.