Osaka Feedback Model. II. Modeling Supernova Feedback Based on High-resolution Simulations

@article{Oku2022OsakaFM,
  title={Osaka Feedback Model. II. Modeling Supernova Feedback Based on High-resolution Simulations},
  author={Yuri Oku and Kengo Tomida and Kentaro Nagamine and Ikkoh Shimizu and Renyue Cen},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2022},
  volume={262}
}
Feedback from supernovae (SNe) is an essential mechanism that self-regulates the growth of galaxies, and a better model of SN feedback is still needed in galaxy-formation simulations. In the first part of this paper, using an Eulerian hydrodynamic code Athena++, we find the universal scaling relations for the time evolution of momentum and radius for a superbubble, when the momentum and time are scaled by those at the shell-formation time. In the second part of this paper, we develop a SN… 

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