Max Gronke, MPA
Wann: Mi, 18.01.2023, 14:00 Uhr
Physical processes of turbulent, multiphase gas
Most astrophysical systems such as the interstellar, circumgalactic or intracluster media are multiphase, that is, colder gas phases are embedded in a larger, volume filling hot phase. This structure is very hard to model and in fact leads to usually unconverged large scale (cosmological) simulations. In my talk, I want to dive into the physics of multiphase gas, and focus on questions such as what is setting the mass transfer rate between the phases, and what the structure and kinematics of the cold gas -- which is usually observed -- is. I will show results from high-resolution (magneto-) hydrodynamical simulations and analytic models which are partially inspired from the completely different field of turbulent combustion.
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Meeting ID: 612 1468 0314