NUMERICAL CONVERGENCE OF PHYSICAL VARIABLES IN HYDRODYNAMICAL SIMULATIONS OF COOLING CLUSTERS

@article{Valdarnini2002NUMERICALCO,
  title={NUMERICAL CONVERGENCE OF PHYSICAL VARIABLES IN HYDRODYNAMICAL SIMULATIONS OF COOLING CLUSTERS},
  author={R. Valdarnini},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2002},
  volume={567},
  pages={741-761}
}
Results from smoothed particle hydrodynamical (SPH) simulations of galaxy clusters are used to investigate the dependence of the final cluster X-ray properties on the numerical resolution and the assumed models for the physical gas processes. Two different spatially flat cosmological models have been considered: a low-density cold dark matter universe with a vacuum energy density ΩΛ = 0.7 (ΛCDM) and a cold+hot dark matter model (CHDM). For each of these models two different clusters have been… Expand
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