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We study thermal transport induced by soliton dynamics in a long Josephson tunnel junction operating in the flux-flow regime. A thermal bias across the junction is established by imposing the superconducting electrodes to reside at different temperatures, when solitons flow along the junction. Here, we consider the effect of both a bias current and an external magnetic field on the thermal evolution of the device. In the flux-flow regime, a chain of magnetically-excited solitons rapidly movesarXiv:1904.13172v1 fatcat:ghtgcyl66ng2hezfpqnyfs5knu