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Launching of resistive magnetic protostellar jets

@article{emelji2003LaunchingOR,
  title={Launching of resistive magnetic protostellar jets},
  author={Miljenko {\vC}emelji{\'c} and Christian Fendt},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2003}
}
Turbulent accretion disks are the most probable origin of jets from young stellar objects. Using an extended version of ZEUS-3D code in the axisymmetry option we investigate the evolution of a disk wind into a collimated jet. Resistive jets propagate slower with increasing magnetic diffusivity, and the degree of collimation decreases. The resistive disk included in the simulations ejects persistent, well collimated jet. 
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