Collapse of turbulent massive cores with ambipolar diffusion and hybrid radiative transfer. I. Accretion and multiplicity

@article{MignonRisse2021CollapseOT,
  title={Collapse of turbulent massive cores with ambipolar diffusion and hybrid radiative transfer. I. Accretion and multiplicity},
  author={R. Mignon-Risse and M. J. Mart'inez Gonz'alez and Benoit Commerccon and Joakim Rosdahl Aim and Cea de Saclay and France. and Astroparticule et Cosmologie and Par{\'i}s and CRAL-ENS and Lyon and crAl},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Massive stars form in magnetized and turbulent environments and are often located in stellar clusters. The accretion and out- flows mechanisms associated with forming massive stars and the origin of the stellar multiplicity of their system are poorly understood. Aims. We study the effect of magnetic fields and turbulence on the accretion mechanism of massive protostars and their multiplicity. We also focus on disk formation as a prerequisite for outflow launching. Methods. We present a… 

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Collapse of turbulent massive cores with ambipolar diffusion and hybrid radiative transfer. II. Outflows

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