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X-ray reflection spectroscopy is currently one of the leading techniques for studying the inner part of accretion disks around black holes, measuring black hole spins, and even testing fundamental physics in strong gravitational fields. However, the accuracy of these measurements depends on the reflection models employed for the spectral analysis, which are sometimes questioned. In this work, we use a general relativistic magnetohydrodynamic code to generate a thin accretion disk in Kerrdoi:10.3847/1538-4357/ac9128 fatcat:ooxxg7znlbapjjcee4nmsbtnvm