Targeted numerical simulations of binary black holes for GW170104

@inproceedings{Healy2017TargetedNS,
  title={Targeted numerical simulations of binary black holes for GW170104},
  author={James Healy and Jacob Moresco Lange and Richard O’Shaughnessy and Carlos O. Lousto and Manuela Campanelli and Andrew Williamson and Yosef Zlochower and Juan Calder{\'o}n Bustillo and James Alexander Clark and Christopher Evans and Deborah Ferguson and Sudarshan Ghonge and Karan Jani and Bhavesh Khamesra and Pablo Laguna and Deirdre Marie Shoemaker and Alyssa Garc{\'i}a and Michael Boyle and Daniel A. Hemberger and Lawrence E. Kidder and Prayush Kumar and Geoffrey Lovelace and Harald P. Pfeiffer and Mark A. Scheel and Saul A. Teukolsky},
  year={2017}
}
  • James Healy, Jacob Moresco Lange, +22 authors Saul A. Teukolsky
  • Published 2017
  • Physics
  • In response to LIGO’s observation of GW170104, we performed a series of full numerical simulations of binary black holes, each designed to replicate likely realizations of its dynamics and radiation. These simulations have been performed at multiple resolutions and with two independent techniques to solve Einstein’s equations. For the nonprecessing and precessing simulations, we demonstrate the two techniques agree mode by mode, at a precision substantially in excess of statistical… CONTINUE READING

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