A model for cosmological simulations of galaxy formation physics: multi-epoch validation

@article{Torrey2013AMF,
  title={A model for cosmological simulations of galaxy formation physics: multi-epoch validation},
  author={Paul Torrey and Mark Vogelsberger and Shy Genel and Debora Sijacki and Volker Springel and Lars Hernquist HarvardCfA and I University of Cambridge and Hits},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={438},
  pages={1985-2004}
}
We present a multi-epoch analysis of the galaxy populations formed within the cosmological hydrodynamical simulations presented in Vogelsberger et al. (2013). These simulations explore the performance of a recently implemented feedback model which includes primordial and metal line radiative cooling with self-shielding corrections; stellar evolution with associated mass loss and chemical enrichment; feedback by stellar winds; black hole seeding, growth and merging; and AGN quasar- and radio… 
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