Supernova feedback in a local vertically stratified medium: interstellar turbulence and galactic winds

@article{Martizzi2016SupernovaFI,
  title={Supernova feedback in a local vertically stratified medium: interstellar turbulence and galactic winds},
  author={D. Martizzi and D. Fielding and C. Faucher-Gigu{\`e}re and E. Quataert},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={459},
  pages={2311-2326}
}
We use local Cartesian simulations with a vertical gravitational potential to study how supernova (SN) feedback in stratified galactic discs drives turbulence and launches galactic winds. Our analysis includes three disc models with gas surface densities ranging from Milky Way-like galaxies to gas-rich ultra-luminous infrared galaxies (ULIRGs), and two different SN driving schemes (random and correlated with local gas density). In order to isolate the physics of SN feedback, we do not include… Expand
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