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An example is shown in Figure 3. The size of the generated flux concentrations depends on the amount of vertical magnetic flux in the computational box. For larger flux concentrations, the strong downflow may rebound in the high-density layers below the atmosphere. The resulting upflow develops into a shock, which could possibly be related to the spicule phenomenon. The evolution, dynamics and energetics of already formed small-scale magnetic flux concentrations and their interaction with the convectve flow has been studied on the basis of various approaches.
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