Global Anisotropy versus Small-Scale Fluctuations in Neutrino Flux in Core-Collapse Supernova Explosions

@article{Madokoro2003GlobalAV,
  title={Global Anisotropy versus Small-Scale Fluctuations in Neutrino Flux in Core-Collapse Supernova Explosions},
  author={Hideki Madokoro and Tetsuya M. Shimizu and Yuko Motizuki},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={592},
  pages={1035-1041}
}
Effects of small-scale fluctuations in the neutrino radiation on core-collapse supernova explosions are examined. Through a parameter study with a fixed radiation field of neutrinos, we find substantial differences between the results of globally anisotropic neutrino radiation and those with fluctuations. As the number of modes of fluctuations increases, the shock positions, entropy distributions, and explosion energies approach those of spherical explosion. We conclude that global anisotropy… Expand

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