Decelerating relativistic two-component jets

@inproceedings{Meliani2009DeceleratingRT,
  title={Decelerating relativistic two-component jets},
  author={Zakaria. Meliani and Rony. Keppens},
  year={2009}
}
  • Zakaria. Meliani, Rony. Keppens
  • Published 2009
Transverse stratification is a common intrinsic feature of astrophysical jets. There is growing evidence that jets in radio galaxies consist of a fast low density outflow at the jet axis, surrounded by a slower, denser, extended jet. The inner and outer jet components then have a different origin and launching mechanism, making their effective inertia, magnetization, associated energy flux and angular momentum content different as well. Their interface will develop differential rotation, where… CONTINUE READING
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