Physical modeling of viscous disc evolution around magnetized neutron star. Aql X-1 2013 outburst decay

@inproceedings{Lipunova2021PhysicalMO,
  title={Physical modeling of viscous disc evolution around magnetized neutron star. Aql X-1 2013 outburst decay},
  author={Galina Lipunova and Konstantin L. Malanchev and Sergey S. Tsygankov and Nikolai I. Shakura and Andrei Tavleev and D A Kolesnikov},
  year={2021}
}
We present a model of a viscously evolving accretion disc around a magnetized neutron star. The model features the varying outer radius of the hot ionized part of the disc due to cooling and the varying inner radius of the disc due to interaction with the magnetosphere. It also includes hindering of accretion on the neutron star because of the centrifugal barrier and irradiation of the outer disc and companion star by X-rays from the neutron star and disc. When setting inner boundary conditions… 

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