$N-$body dynamics of Intermediate mass-ratio inspirals in STAR clusters

@article{Haster2016NbodyDO,
  title={\$N-\$body dynamics of Intermediate mass-ratio inspirals in STAR clusters},
  author={C. Haster and F. Antonini and V. Kalogera and I. Mandel},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={832},
  pages={192}
}
The intermediate mass-ratio inspiral of a stellar compact remnant into an intermediate mass black hole (IMBH) can produce a gravitational wave (GW) signal that is potentially detectable by current ground-based GW detectors (e.g., Advanced LIGO) as well as by planned space-based interferometers (e.g., eLISA). Here, we present results from a direct integration of the post-Newtonian $N$-body equations of motion describing stellar clusters containing an IMBH and a population of stellar-mass black… Expand
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