A multidimensional implementation of the Advanced Spectral neutrino Leakage scheme

@article{Gizzi2019AMI,
  title={A multidimensional implementation of the Advanced Spectral neutrino Leakage scheme},
  author={D Gizzi and Evan P. O’Connor and Stephan Rosswog and Albino Perego and Rub{\'e}n M. Cabez{\'o}n and L Nativi},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2019}
}
We present a new, multidimensional implementation of the Advanced Spectral Leakage (ASL) scheme with the purpose of modelling neutrino–matter interactions in neutron star mergers. A major challenge is the neutrino absorption in the semitransparent regime, which is responsible for driving winds from the merger remnant. The composition of such winds is crucial in the understanding of the electromagnetic emission in the recently observed macronova following GW170817. Compared to the original… 
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