CFC+: Improved dynamics and gravitational waveforms from relativistic core collapse simulations

@article{CerdDurn2004CFCID,
  title={CFC+: Improved dynamics and gravitational waveforms from relativistic core collapse simulations},
  author={Pablo Cerd{\'a}-Dur{\'a}n and Guillaume Faye and Harald Dimmelmeier and Jos{\'e} A. Font and Jos{\'e} Ma. Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez and E. R. Mueller and Gerhard Schaefer},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2004},
  volume={439},
  pages={1033-1055}
}
Received date / Accepted date Abstract. Core collapse supernovae are a promising source of detectable gravitational waves. Most of the existing (multidimensional) numerical simulations of core collapse in general relativity have been done using approxima- tions of the Einstein field equations. As recently shown by Dimmelmeier et al. (2002a,b), one of the most inter- esting such approximation is the so-called conformal flatness condition (CFC) of Isenberg, Wilson and Mathews. Building on this… 
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