3D hydrodynamic simulations of C ingestion into a convective O shell

@article{Andrassy20193DHS,
  title={3D hydrodynamic simulations of C ingestion into a convective O shell},
  author={R. Andrassy and F. Herwig and P. Woodward and C. Victoria and JINA-CEE and U. Minnesota},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2019},
  volume={491},
  pages={972-992}
}
  • R. Andrassy, F. Herwig, +3 authors U. Minnesota
  • Published 2019
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • Interactions between convective shells in evolved massive stars have been linked to supernova impostors, to the production of the odd-Z elements Cl, K, and Sc, and they might also help generate the large-scale asphericities that are known to facilitate shock revival in supernova explosion models. We investigate the process of ingestion of C-shell material into a convective O-burning shell, including the hydrodynamic feedback from the nuclear burning of the ingested material. Our 3D hydrodynamic… CONTINUE READING
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