Large gaps and high accretion rates in photoevaporative transition disks with a dead zone

@article{Garate2021LargeGA,
  title={Large gaps and high accretion rates in photoevaporative transition disks with a dead zone},
  author={Mat'ias G'arate and Timmy N. Delage and Jochen Stadler and Paola Pinilla and Tilman Birnstiel and Sebastian Markus Stammler and Giovanni Picogna and Barbara Ercolano and Raphael Franz and Christian T. Lenz},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. Observations of young stars hosting transition disks show that several of them have high accretion rates, despite their disks presenting extended cavities in their dust component. This represents a challenge for theoretical models, which struggle to reproduce both features simultaneously. Aims. We aim to explore if a disk evolution model, including a dead zone and disk dispersal by X-ray photoevaporation, can explain the high accretion rates and large gaps (or cavities) measured in… 

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