Photoevaporative Dispersal of Protoplanetary Disks around Evolving Intermediate-mass Stars

@article{Kunitomo2021PhotoevaporativeDO,
  title={Photoevaporative Dispersal of Protoplanetary Disks around Evolving Intermediate-mass Stars},
  author={Masanobu Kunitomo and Shigeru Ida and Taku Takeuchi and Olja Pani{\'c} and James M. Miley and Takeru Ken Suzuki},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={909}
}
We aim to understand the effect of stellar evolution on the evolution of protoplanetary disks. We focus in particular on the disk evolution around intermediate-mass (IM) stars, which evolve more rapidly than low-mass ones. We numerically solve the long-term evolution of disks around 0.5–5 M ☉ stars considering viscous accretion and photoevaporation (PE) driven by stellar far-ultraviolet (FUV), extreme-ultraviolet (EUV), and X-ray emission. We also take stellar evolution into account and… 
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