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- Volker Springel, Simon D M White, +14 authors Frazer Pearce
- Nature
- 2005

The cold dark matter model has become the leading theoretical picture for the formation of structure in the Universe. This model, together with the theory of cosmic inflation, makes a clear prediction for the initial conditions for structure formation and predicts that structures grow hierarchically through gravitational instability. Testing this model… (More)

- Volker Springel, Simon D. M. White, +11 authors Hugh Couchman
- 2005

A., et al. (2005). Simulating the joint evolution of quasars, galaxies and their large-scale distribution. It is posted here with the permission of the publisher for your personal use. No further distribution is permitted. If your library has a subscription to this journal, you may also be able to access the published version via the library catalogue.

We discuss the design and implementation of a parallel adaptive P 3 M code, for massively parallel architectures. The code, although primarily designed for conducting gravitational simulations in a cosmological context, also includes a Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics solver. The code is written in a combination of C, FORTRAN 77 and FORTRAN 90. The MPI-2… (More)

We present a detailed investigation of a number of different approaches to modelling feedback in simulations of galaxy formation. Gas-dynamic forces are evaluated using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH). Star formation and supernova feedback are included using a three parameter model which determines the star formation rate (SFR) normalization, feedback… (More)

We analyse the performance of twelve different implementations of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) using seven tests designed to isolate key hydrodynamic elements of cosmological simulations which are known to cause the SPH algorithm problems. In order, we consider a shock tube, spherical adiabatic collapse, cooling flow model, drag, a cosmological… (More)

- Robert J. Thacker, Hugh M. P. Couchman
- Computer Physics Communications
- 2006

We discuss the design and implementation of HYDRA OMP a parallel implementation of the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics–Adaptive P 3 M (SPH-AP 3 M) code HYDRA. The code is designed primarily for conducting cosmological hydrodynamic simulations and is written in Fortran77+OpenMP. A number of optimizations for RISC processors and SMP-NUMA architectures have… (More)

- K Pilkington, C G Few, +13 authors J Wadsley
- 2012

Aims. We examine radial and vertical metallicity gradients using a suite of disk galaxy hydrodynamical simulations, supplemented with two classic chemical evolution approaches. We determine the rate of change of gradient slope and reconcile the differences existing between extant models and observations within the canonical " inside-out " disk growth… (More)

We examine the effects of galaxy outflows on the formation of dwarf galaxies in numerical simulations of the high-redshift Universe. Using a Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamic code, we conduct two detailed simulations of a (5.2 Mpc/h) 3 comoving volume of the Universe. In both simulations we implement simple, well-motivated models of galaxy identification and… (More)

- Pascal J. Elahi, Robert J. Thacker, Lawrence M. Widrow, Evan Scannapieco
- 2008

We explore the dependence of the subhalo mass function on the spectral index n of the linear matter power spectrum using scale-free Einstein-de Sitter simulations with n = −1 and n = −2.5. We carefully consider finite volume effects that call into question previous simulations of n < −2 power spectra. Subhaloes are found using a 6D friends-of-friends… (More)

We show that current clustering observations of quasars and luminous AGN can be explained by a merger model augmented by feedback from outflows. Using numerical simulations large enough to study clustering out to 25 comoving h −1 Mpc, we calculate correlation functions, biases, and correlation lengths as a function of AGN redshift and optical and X-ray… (More)