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A non-radial two-body collapse model (TBCM) for gravitational collapse of dark matter in expanding background and generalized stable clustering hypothesis (GSCP)

@inproceedings{Xu2021ANT,
  title={A non-radial two-body collapse model (TBCM) for gravitational collapse of dark matter in expanding background and generalized stable clustering hypothesis (GSCP)},
  author={Zhijie Xu},
  year={2021}
}
Analytical tools are valuable to study the self-gravitating collisionless flow in expanding background (SG-CFD). However, it is extremely hard to find analytical solutions for highly nonlinear structure formation. Only a few simple but powerful tools exist so far. Two examples are the spherical collapse model (SCM) and stable clustering hypothesis (SCH). This paper presents another analytical tool based on an elementary step of halo mass accretion/cascade, i.e. a two-body collapse model (TBCM… 

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