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The final phase of inspiral of strange quark star binaries

@article{GondekRosiska2008TheFP,
  title={The final phase of inspiral of strange quark star binaries},
  author={Dorota Gondek-Rosińska and François Limousin},
  journal={arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology},
  year={2008}
}
We present calculations of the final phase of inspiral of irrotational strange star binaries. Two types of equation of state at zero temperature are used - the MIT bag model and the Dey et al. 1998 model of strange quark matter. We study the precoalescence stage within the Isenberg-Wilson-Mathews approximation of General Relativity using a multidomain spectral method. The gravitational-radiation driven evolution of the binary system is approximated by a sequence of quasi-equilibrium… 
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