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Virtual Astrophysical Jets: Theory Versus Observations (Paperback)
  • Virtual Astrophysical Jets: Theory Versus Observations (Paperback)

Virtual Astrophysical Jets: Theory Versus Observations (Paperback)

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These proceedings are the result of a three-day meeting held in Oogliani (Italy), on October 2-4 2003, whose title was "VIrtual Astrophysical Jets 2003". Our goal in convening this meeting was to gather some of the scientists among the most active in the field of numerical simulations and modelling of astrophysi- cal jets. For keeping the participants close to the "real world", we also invited a few observers to give up-to-date reviews outlining the state-of-the-art of jet observations. The principal aim of the meeting was thus to present and critically discuss the state-of-the-art numerical simulations, analytical models and laboratory ex- periments for reproducing the main aspects of astrophysical jets and compar- ing them with observations. The discussion has been focused on the following topics: * Observations and intepretions of jets from young stars and AGNs, comparisons of models with observations; * MHO accelerations of jets: steady self-similar models, MHO numerical simula- tions of time-dependent accelerations mechanisms; * Jet stability and interaction with the ambient: formation of knots in YSO jets, jet survival to instabilities, deceleration of relativistic jets in FRI sources, simulations of jets-IGM interactions, jets propagation and galaxy formation; * Numerical codes and their validation: relativistic MHO codes, comparisons among different numerical schemes, jets in the laboratory and code validation. These topics have been discussed intensively during the meeting, and the out- come of these discussions is presented in this volume. The contributions have been divided in five sections.

Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9789048158560
Number of pages: 269
Weight: 444 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 15 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 200

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