SLiM: A code for the simulation of wave propagation through an inhomogeneous, magnetised solar atmosphere We describe the semi-spectral linear MHD (SLiM) code which we have written to follow the interaction of linear waves through an inhomogeneous three-dimensional solar atmosphere. The background model allows almost arbitrary perturbations of density, temperature, sound speed as well as magnetic and velocity fields. We give details of several of the tests we have used to check the code. The code will be useful in understanding the helioseismic signatures of various solar features, including sunspots.
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- Collins, J. B.; Estep, Don; Tavener, Simon: A posteriori error estimation for the Lax-Wendroff finite difference scheme (2014)
- Cameron, R.; Gizon, L.; Daiffallah, K.: SLiM: A code for the simulation of wave propagation through an inhomogeneous, magnetised solar atmosphere (2007)