The Uchuu simulations: Data Release 1 and dark matter halo concentrations

  title={The Uchuu simulations: Data Release 1 and dark matter halo concentrations},
  author={T. Ishiyama and F. Prada and A. Klypin and Manodeep Sinha and R. Metcalf and E. Jullo and B. Altieri and S. Cora and D. Croton and Sylvain de la Torre and David E. Mill'an-Calero and T. Oogi and J. Ruedas and C. Vega-Mart'inez},
  journal={arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics},
We introduce the Uchuu suite of large high-resolution cosmological $N$-body simulations. The largest simulation, named Uchuu, consists of 2.1 trillion ($12800^3$) dark matter particles in a box of 2.0 Gpc/h, and the mass of each particle is $3.27 \times 10^{8}$ Msun/h. The highest resolution simulation, called Shin-Uchuu, consists of 262 billion ($6400^3$) particles in a box of 140 Mpc/h, with a particle mass of $8.97 \times 10^{5}$ Msun/h. Combining these simulations we can follow the… Expand
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