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Gravitational waves from hot young rapidly rotating neutron stars

- B. Owen, L. Lindblom, C. Cutler, B. Schutz, A. Vecchio, N. Andersson
- Physics
- 20 April 1998

Gravitational radiation drives an instability in the r-modes of young rapidly rotating neutron stars. This instability is expected to carry away most of the angular momentum of the star by… Expand

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The Einstein Telescope: a third-generation gravitational wave observatory

- M. Punturo, M. Abernathy, +132 authors Kazuhiro Yamamoto
- Physics
- 7 October 2010

Advanced gravitational wave interferometers, currently under realization, will soon permit the detection of gravitational waves from astronomical sources. To open the era of precision gravitational… Expand

400 22- PDF

Einstein gravitational wave Telescope conceptual design study

- M. Abernathy, F. Acernese, +169 authors L. Rezzolla
- Physics
- 20 May 2011

This document describes the Conceptual Design of a third generation gravitational wave observatory named Einstein Telescope (“ET”). The design of this new research infrastructure has been realised… Expand

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Freely precessing neutron stars: model and observations

- D. Jones, N. Andersson
- Physics
- 2 November 2000

We present a model of a freely precessing neutron star, which is then compared against pulsar observations. The aim is to draw conclusions regarding the structure of the star, and to test theoretical… Expand

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Modelling magnetically deformed neutron stars

- B. Haskell, L. Samuelsson, K. Glampedakis, N. Andersson
- Physics
- 12 May 2007

Rotating deformed neutron stars are important potential sources for ground-based gravitational wave interferometers such as LIGO, GEO600 and VIRGO. One mechanism that may lead to significant… Expand

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Sensitivity studies for third-generation gravitational wave observatories

- S. Hild, M. Abernathy, +136 authors K. Yamamoto
- Physics
- 4 December 2010

Advanced gravitational wave detectors, currently under construction, are expected to directly observe gravitational wave signals of astrophysical origin. The Einstein Telescope (ET), a… Expand

310 13- PDF

Mutual friction in superfluid neutron stars

- N. Andersson, T. Sidery, G. Comer
- Physics
- 3 October 2005

We discuss vortex-mediated mutual friction in the two-fluid model for superfluid neutron star cores. Our discussion is based on the general formalism developed by Carter and collaborators, which… Expand

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THE R-MODE INSTABILITY IN ROTATING NEUTRON STARS

- N. Andersson, K. Kokkotas
- Physics
- 27 October 2000

In this review we summarize the current understanding of the gravitational-wave driven instability associated with the so-called r-modes in rotating neutron stars. We discuss the nature of the… Expand

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Relativistic Fluid Dynamics: Physics for Many Different Scales

- N. Andersson, G. Comer
- Physics, Medicine
- Living reviews in relativity
- 1 May 2006

The relativistic fluid is a highly successful model used to describe the dynamics of many-particle, relativistic systems. It takes as input basic physics from microscopic scales and yields as output… Expand

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Dynamics of perturbations of rotating black holes

- W. Krivan, P. Laguna, P. Papadopoulos, N. Andersson
- Physics
- 24 February 1997

We present a numerical study of the time evolution of perturbations of rotating black holes. The solutions are obtained by integrating the Teukolsky equation written as a first order in time, coupled… Expand

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