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- M Campanelli, C O Lousto, P Marronetti, Y Zlochower
- Physical review letters
- 2006

We present a new algorithm for evolving orbiting black-hole binaries that does not require excision or a corotating shift. Our algorithm is based on a novel technique to handle the singular puncture conformal factor. This system, based on the Baumgarte-Shapiro-Shibata-Nakamura formulation of Einstein's equations, when used with a "precollapsed" initial… (More)

We report the first results from evolutions of generic black-hole binaries, i.e. a binary containing unequal mass black holes with misaligned spins. Our configuration, which has a mass ratio of 2 : 1, consists of an initially non-spinning hole orbiting a larger, rapidly spinning hole (specific spin a/m = 0.885), with the spin direction oriented −45 • with… (More)

- M C Babiuc, S Husa, D Alic, I Hinder, C Lechner, E Schnetter +5 others
- 2008

We discuss results that have been obtained from the implementation of the initial round of testbeds for numerical relativity which was proposed in the first paper of the Apples with Apples Alliance. We present benchmark results for various codes which provide templates for analyzing the testbeds and to draw conclusions about various features of the codes.… (More)

We present a characteristic algorithm for computing the perturbation of a Schwarzschild spacetime by means of solving the Teukolsky equation. We implement the algorithm as a characteristic evolution code and apply it to compute the advanced solution to a black hole collision in the close approximation. The code successfully tracks the initial burst and… (More)

- M Campanelli, C O Lousto, Y Zlochower, D Merritt, J Brink, Y Chen +8 others
- 2012

of numerical relativity groups is generating a large catalog of waveforms, and a dictionary of the information in the waveforms (13). These waveforms will be observed by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO), with interferometers in Livingston, Louisiana, and Hanford, Washington, and by LIGO's international partners: the Virgo… (More)

- Scott C. Noble, Bruno C. Mundim, Hiroyuki Nakano, Julian H. Krolik, Manuela Campanelli, Yosef Zlochower +1 other
- 2012

As two black holes bound to each other in a close binary approach merger their inspi-ral time eventually becomes shorter than the characteristic inflow time of surrounding orbiting matter. Using an innovative technique in which we represent the changing spacetime in the region occupied by the orbiting matter with a 2.5PN approximation and the binary orbital… (More)

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