The hierarchical build-up of the Tully-Fisher relation

  title={The hierarchical build-up of the Tully-Fisher relation},
  author={Chiara Tonini and Claudia Maraston and B. Ziegler and Asmus Bohm and Daniel I. Thomas and Julien Devriendt and Joseph I. Silk},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
We use the semi-analytic model GalICS to predict the Tully–Fisher relation in the B, I and K bands, and its evolution with redshift, up to z ∼ 1. We refined the determination of the disc galaxies rotation velocity, with a dynamical recipe for the rotation curve, rather than a simple conversion from the total mass to maximum velocity. The new recipe takes into account the disc shape factor, and the angular momentum transfer occurring during secular evolution leading to the formation of bulges… Expand
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