A hydrodynamic approach to cosmology: The mixed dark matter cosmological scenario

@article{Cen1994AHA,
  title={A hydrodynamic approach to cosmology: The mixed dark matter cosmological scenario},
  author={R. Cen and J. Ostriker},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={1994},
  volume={431},
  pages={451-476}
}
We compute the evolution of spatially flat, mixed cold and hot dark matter models containing both baryonic matter and two kinds of dark matter. Hydrodynamics is treated with a highly developed Eulerian hydrodynamic code (see Cen 1992). A standard particle-mesh (PM) code is also used in parallel to calculate the motion of the dark matter components. We adopt the following parameters: h equivalent to (sub 0)/100 km/s Mpc(exp -1) = 0.5, OMEGA(sub C) = 0.3, and OMEGA(sub B) = 0.06, with amplitude… Expand
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