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A Simple Model of Nonlinear Diffusive Shock Acceleration
We present a simple model of nonlinear diffusive shock acceleration (also called first-order Fermi shock acceleration) that determines the shock modification, spectrum, and efficiency of the process
The theory of synchrotron emission from supernova remnants
The time-dependent nonlinear kinetic theory for cosmic ray (CR) acceleration in supernova remnants (SNRs) is ap- plied studying the properties of the synchrotron emission from SNRs, in particular,
Magnetic field amplification in Tycho and other shell-type supernova remnants
It is shown that amplification of the magnetic field in supernova remnants (SNRs) occurs in all six objects where morphological measurements are presently available in the hard X-ray continuum at
Confirmation of strong magnetic field amplification and nuclear cosmic ray acceleration in SN 1006
It is shown that the nonlinear kinetic model of cosmic ray (CR) acceleration in supernova remnants (SNRs) fits the shell-type nonthermal X-ray morphology, obtained in Chandra observations, in a
Kinetic theory of cosmic rays and gamma-rays in supernova remnants. I: Uniform interstellar medium
Abstract Kinetic models of particle acceleration in supernova remnants (SNRs) are used to determine the cosmic ray (CR) nucleon and, for the first time, also the associated γ-ray spectrum during SN
Nonlinear Shock Acceleration and Photon Emission in Supernova Remnants
We have extended a simple model of nonlinear diffusive shock acceleration (Berezhko & Ellison 1999: Ellison &, Berezhko 1999a) to include the injection and acceleration of electrons and the
Maximum energy of cosmic rays accelerated by supernova shocks
Abstract The expression for the cutoff momentum of CR, accelerated by the supernova blast wave is derived. Geometrical factors (finite increase with time shock size, slowing shock speed and CR
Cosmic ray acceleration parameters from multi-wavelength observations. The case of SN 1006
Aims. The properties of the Galactic supernova remnant (SNR) SN 1006 are theoretically reanalysed. Methods. Nonlinear kinetic theory is used to determine the accelerat ion efficiency of cosmic rays
Direct evidence of efficient cosmic ray acceleration and magnetic field amplification in Cassiopeia A
It is shown that the nonlinear kinetic theory of cosmic ray (CR) acceleration in supernova remnants (SNRs) describes the shell-type nonthermal X-ray morphology of Cas A, obtained in Chandra
Theory of cosmic ray production in the supernova remnant RX~J1713.7-3946
Aims. A nonlinear kinetic theory of cosmic ray (CR) acceleration in supernova remnants (SNRs) is employed to investigate the properties of SNR RX J1713.7-3946. Methods. Observations of the nonthermal
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