The post-collapse equilibrium structure of cosmological haloes in a low-density universe

@article{Iliev2001ThePE,
  title={The post-collapse equilibrium structure of cosmological haloes in a low-density universe},
  author={Ilian Iliev and Paul R. Shapiro Univ. of Texas at Austin Unam and M'exico City},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2001},
  volume={325},
  pages={468-482}
}
An analytical model is presented for the postcollapse equilibrium structure of virialized objects which condense out of a low-density cosmological background universe, either matter-dominated or flat with a cosmological constant. This generalizes the model we derived previously for an Einstein-de Sitter (EdS) universe. The model is based upon the assumption that cosmological haloes form from the collapse and virialization of top-hat density perturbations and are spherical, isotropic, and… Expand

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