A New Monte Carlo Code for Dynamical Simulations of Galactic Nuclei Hosting Massive Black Holes View Full Text


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DATE

2001

AUTHORS

Marc Freitag , Willy Benz

ABSTRACT

.We have developed a new Monte Carlo code to follow the long-term evolution of a spherical dense galactic nucleus with a central massive black hole (BH). The main physical processes taken into account are 2-body relaxation, collisions, tidal disruptions and BH’s growth. Self-gravity, velocity anisotropy and a stellar mass spectrum are properly modeled. This tool enables us to get reliable predictions for the rate and characteristics of star destroying events that induce bright accretion phases. Here, we summarize the design concepts of this code and show the results of test calculations and preliminary investigations. More... »

PAGES

269-272

Book

TITLE

Black Holes in Binaries and Galactic Nuclei: Diagnostics, Demography and Formation

ISBN

978-3-540-41581-7
978-3-540-44562-3

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DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/10720995_59

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