Numerical evolution of multiple black holes with accurate initial data

@inproceedings{Galaviz2010NumericalEO,
  title={Numerical evolution of multiple black holes with accurate initial data},
  author={Pablo Galaviz and Bernd Br{\"u}gmann and Zhoujian Cao},
  year={2010}
}
We present numerical evolutions of three equal-mass black holes using the moving puncture approach. We calculate puncture initial data for three black holes solving the constraint equations by means of a high-order multigrid elliptic solver. Using these initial data, we show the results for three black hole evolutions with sixth-order waveform convergence. We compare results obtained with the BAM and AMSS- N C KU codes with previous results. The approximate analytic solution to the Hamiltonian… CONTINUE READING

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