Estimating gravitational radiation from super-emitting compact binary systems

@article{Hanna2016EstimatingGR,
  title={Estimating gravitational radiation from super-emitting compact binary systems},
  author={C. Hanna and M. Johnson and L. Lehner},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2016},
  volume={95},
  pages={124042}
}
Binary black hole mergers are among the most violent events in the Universe, leading to extreme warping of spacetime and copious emission of gravitational radiation. Even though black holes are the most compact objects they are not necessarily the most efficient emitters of gravitational radiation in binary systems. The final black hole resulting from a binary black hole merger retains a significant fraction of the pre-merger orbital energy and angular momentum. A non-vacuum system can in… Expand
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