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Sergiy Shelyag
Sergiy Shelyag
Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics, Flinders University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei flinders.edu.au
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Simulations of magneto-convection in the solar photosphere-Equations, methods, and results of the MURaM code
A Vögler, S Shelyag, M Schüssler, F Cattaneo, T Emonet, T Linde
Astronomy & Astrophysics 429 (1), 335-351, 2005
8292005
Why solar magnetic flux concentrations are bright in molecular bands
M Schüssler, S Shelyag, S Berdyugina, A Vögler, SK Solanki
The Astrophysical Journal 597 (2), L173, 2003
1372003
Vorticity in the solar photosphere
S Shelyag, P Keys, M Mathioudakis, FP Keenan
Astronomy & Astrophysics 526, A5, 2011
1232011
G-band spectral synthesis and diagnostics of simulated solar magneto-convection
S Shelyag, M Schüssler, SK Solanki, SV Berdyugina, A Vögler
Astronomy & Astrophysics 427 (1), 335-343, 2004
1222004
Numerical modeling of footpoint-driven magneto-acoustic wave propagation in a localized solar flux tube
V Fedun, S Shelyag, R Erdélyi
The Astrophysical Journal 727 (1), 17, 2010
1022010
Stokes diagnostics of simulations of magnetoconvection of mixed-polarity quiet-Sun regions
EV Khomenko, S Shelyag, SK Solanki, A Vögler
Astronomy & Astrophysics 442 (3), 1059-1078, 2005
1002005
Evidence for the photospheric excitation of incompressible chromospheric waves
RJ Morton, G Verth, V Fedun, S Shelyag, R Erdélyi
The Astrophysical Journal 768 (1), 17, 2013
852013
Alfvén waves in simulations of solar photospheric vortices
S Shelyag, PS Cally, A Reid, M Mathioudakis
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 776 (1), L4, 2013
842013
MHD waves generated by high-frequency photospheric vortex motions
V Fedun, S Shelyag, G Verth, M Mathioudakis, R Erdélyi
Annales Geophysicae 29 (6), 1029-1035, 2011
842011
The velocity distribution of solar photospheric magnetic bright points
PH Keys, M Mathioudakis, DB Jess, S Shelyag, PJ Crockett, DJ Christian, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 740 (2), L40, 2011
772011
Ellerman bombs—evidence for magnetic reconnection in the lower solar atmosphere
CJ Nelson, S Shelyag, M Mathioudakis, JG Doyle, MS Madjarska, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 779 (2), 125, 2013
762013
Alfvén wave heating of the solar chromosphere: 1.5 D models
TD Arber, CS Brady, S Shelyag
The Astrophysical Journal 817 (2), 94, 2016
732016
Propagating wave phenomena detected in observations and simulations of the lower solar atmosphere
DB Jess, S Shelyag, M Mathioudakis, PH Keys, DJ Christian, FP Keenan
The Astrophysical Journal 746 (2), 183, 2012
732012
The dynamics of rapid redshifted and blueshifted excursions in the solar Hα line
D Kuridze, V Henriques, M Mathioudakis, R Erdélyi, TV Zaqarashvili, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 802 (1), 26, 2015
662015
Heating of the partially ionized solar chromosphere by waves in magnetic structures
S Shelyag, E Khomenko, A de Vicente, D Przybylski
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 819 (1), L11, 2016
602016
The area distribution of solar magnetic bright points
PJ Crockett, M Mathioudakis, DB Jess, S Shelyag, FP Keenan, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 722 (2), L188, 2010
602010
Stellar surface magneto-convection as a source of astrophysical noise. I. Multi-component parameterization of absorption line profiles
HM Cegla, S Shelyag, CA Watson, M Mathioudakis
The Astrophysical Journal 763 (2), 95, 2013
562013
Stokes diagnostics of simulated solar magneto-convection
S Shelyag, M Schüssler, SK Solanki, A Vögler
Astronomy & Astrophysics 469 (2), 731-747, 2007
552007
Stellar Surface magneto-convection as a source of astrophysical noise. II. Center-to-limb parameterization of absorption line profiles and comparison to observations
HM Cegla, CA Watson, S Shelyag, WJ Chaplin, GR Davies, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 866 (1), 55, 2018
542018
Acoustic wave propagation in the solar sub-photosphere with localised magnetic field concentration: effect of magnetic tension
S Shelyag, S Zharkov, V Fedun, R Erdélyi, MJ Thompson
Astronomy & Astrophysics 501 (2), 735-743, 2009
522009
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