The galactic dust-up: Modeling dust evolution in FIRE

@article{Choban2022TheGD,
  title={The galactic dust-up: Modeling dust evolution in FIRE},
  author={Caleb Choban and Du{\vs}an Kere{\vs}  Philip F Hopkins and Karin M. Sandstrom and Christopher C. Hayward and Claude-Andr{\'e} Faucher-Gigu{\`e}re},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2022}
}
Recent strides have been made developing dust evolution models for galaxy formation simulations but these approaches vary in their assumptions and degree of complexity. Here we introduce and compare two separate dust evolution models (labelled ‘Elemental’ and ‘Species’), based on recent approaches, incorporated into the GIZMO code and coupled with FIRE-2 stellar feedback and ISM physics. Both models account for turbulent dust diffusion, stellar production of dust, dust growth via gas-dust… 

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