Temporal Evolution of Flow in Pore-Networks: From Homogenization to Instability

Kavli Affiliate: Ariel Amir | First 5 Authors: Ahmad Zareei, Deng Pan, Ariel Amir, , | Summary: We study the dynamics of flow-networks in porous media using a pore-network model. First, we consider a class of erosion dynamics assuming a constitutive law depending on flow rate, local velocities, or shear stress at the walls. We […]


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The AGORA High-resolution Galaxy Simulations Comparison Project. III: Cosmological zoom-in simulation of a Milky Way-mass halo

Kavli Affiliate: Tom Abel | First 5 Authors: Santi Roca-F├ábrega, Ji-hoon Kim, Loic Hausammann, Kentaro Nagamine, Johnny W. Powell | Summary: We present a suite of high-resolution cosmological zoom-in simulations to $z=4$ of a $10^{12},{rm M}_{odot}$ halo at $z=0$, obtained using seven contemporary astrophysical simulation codes widely used in the numerical galaxy formation community. Physics […]


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GRUMPY: a simple framework for realistic forward-modelling of dwarf galaxies

Kavli Affiliate: Andrey Kravtsov | First 5 Authors: Andrey Kravtsov, Viraj Manwadkar, , , | Summary: We present a simple regulator-type framework designed specifically for modelling formation of dwarf galaxies. Despite its simplicity, when coupled with realistic mass accretion histories of haloes from simulations and reasonable choices for model parameter values, the framework can reproduce […]


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GRUMPY: a simple framework for realistic forward-modelling of dwarf galaxies

Kavli Affiliate: Andrey Kravtsov | First 5 Authors: Andrey Kravtsov, Viraj Manwadkar, , , | Summary: We present a simple regulator-type framework designed specifically for modelling formation of dwarf galaxies. We explore sensitivity of model predictions for the stellar mass–halo mass and stellar mass–metallicity relations to different modelling choices and parameter values. Despite its simplicity, […]


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GRUMPY: a simple framework for realistic forward-modelling of dwarf galaxies

Kavli Affiliate: Andrey Kravtsov | First 5 Authors: Andrey Kravtsov, Viraj Manwadkar, , , | Summary: We present a simple regulator-type framework designed specifically for modelling formation of dwarf galaxies. We explore sensitivity of model predictions for the stellar mass–halo mass and stellar mass–metallicity relations to different modelling choices and parameter values. Despite its simplicity, […]


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GRUMPY: a simple framework for realistic forward-modelling of dwarf galaxies

Kavli Affiliate: Andrey Kravtsov | First 5 Authors: Andrey Kravtsov, Viraj Manwadkar, , , | Summary: We present a simple regulator-type framework designed specifically for modelling formation of dwarf galaxies. We explore sensitivity of model predictions for the stellar mass–halo mass and stellar mass–metallicity relations to different modelling choices and parameter values. Despite its simplicity, […]


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GRUMPY: a simple framework for realistic forward-modelling of dwarf galaxies

Kavli Affiliate: Andrey Kravtsov | First 5 Authors: Andrey Kravtsov, Viraj Manwadkar, , , | Summary: We present a simple regulator-type framework designed specifically for modelling formation of dwarf galaxies. We explore sensitivity of model predictions for the stellar mass–halo mass and stellar mass–metallicity relations to different modelling choices and parameter values. Despite its simplicity, […]


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Divergences in gravitational-wave emission and absorption from extreme mass ratio binaries

Kavli Affiliate: Scott A. Hughes | First 5 Authors: Enrico Barausse, Emanuele Berti, Vitor Cardoso, Scott A. Hughes, Gaurav Khanna | Summary: A powerful technique to calculate gravitational radiation from binary systems involves a perturbative expansion: if the masses of the two bodies are very different, the "small" body is treated as a point particle […]


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Unveiling a critical stripy state in the triangular-lattice SU(4) spin-orbital model

Kavli Affiliate: Yi Zhou | First 5 Authors: Hui-Ke Jin, Rong-Yang Sun, Hong-Hao Tu, Yi Zhou, | Summary: The simplest spin-orbital model can host a nematic spin-orbital liquid state on the triangular lattice. We provide clear evidence that the ground state of the SU(4) Kugel-Khomskii model on the triangular lattice can be well described by […]


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The Gravitational-Wave Physics II: Progress

Kavli Affiliate: Kejia Lee | First 5 Authors: [#item_custom_name[1]], [#item_custom_name[2]], [#item_custom_name[3]], [#item_custom_name[4]], [#item_custom_name[5]] | Summary: It has been a half-decade since the first direct detection of gravitational waves, which signifies the coming of the era of the gravitational-wave astronomy and gravitational-wave cosmology. The increasing number of the detected gravitational-wave events has revealed the promising capability […]


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