Jason Allen Taylor

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There is both theoretical and empirical evidence that the initial mass function (IMF) may be a function of the local star formation conditions. In particular, the IMF is predicted to flatten with increasing local luminosity density ρl, with the formation of massive stars being preferentially enhanced in brighter regions. In R136, the bright stellar cluster(More)
Narrow-Line Seyfert 1s (NLS1s) are generally considered to be “strange” Active Galactic Nuclei (AGNs). Surprisingly, this makes them very useful for constraining models. I discuss what happens when one attempts to qualitatively fit the NLS1 phenomenon using the stellar wind model for AGN line emission (e.g., Kazanas 1989). The simplest way of narrowing(More)
Storage is being proposed to solve many issues on the electric power grid, especially those issues related to renewable generation such as wind and solar generation. Some North American state and provincial regulators are requiring large amounts of storage to be installed to support anticipated needs of the power grid. Much of that new storage is expected(More)
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