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- L S García-Colín, A Sandoval-Villalbazo
- 2008

Jeans instability is derived for the case of a low density self-gravitating gas beyond the Navier-Stokes equations. The Jeans instability criterium is shown to depend on a Burnett coefficient if the formalism is taken up to fourth order in the wave number. It is also shown that previously known viscosity corrections to the Jeans wave-number are enhanced if… (More)

- L S García-Colín, A Sandoval-Villalbazo
- 2008

Relativistic irreversible thermodynamics is reformulated following the conventional approach proposed by Meixner in the non-relativistic case. Clear separation between mechanical and non-mechanical energy fluxes is made. The resulting equations for the entropy production and the local internal energy have the same structure as the non-relativistic ones.… (More)

- A Sandoval-Villalbazo, L S García-Colín, A Arrieta-Ostos
- 2008

Jeans instability is derived for the case of a low density self-gravitating fully ionized gas in the presence of a constant magnetic field. A new Jeans wave number, substantially enhanced by the magnetic field, is established under a suitable symmetry assumption. Nevertheless, from our present knowledge regarding the existence of primeval magnetic fields in… (More)

- A Sandoval-Villalbazo, L S García-Colín, A Arrieta-Ostos
- 2008

In this paper we study a simple model consisting of a dilute fully ionized plasma in the presence of the gravitational and a constant magnetic field to analyze the propagation of hydromagnetic instabilities. In particular we show that the so called Jeans instability is in principle affected by the presence of the magnetic field. A brief discussion is made… (More)

The Grad ten-moment approximation (no heat flux) is analyzed for cylindrical symmetry in a stationary situation in which the gradients of the fluxes are assumed to be small. We show that if the collision term in the transport equation, resulting from the ten-moment approximation, is linearized in the fluxes, we can obtain a viscosity (etal) that depends on… (More)

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