Three-dimensional evolution of differentially rotating magnetized neutron stars

@article{Kiuchi2012ThreedimensionalEO,
  title={Three-dimensional evolution of differentially rotating magnetized neutron stars},
  author={Kenta Kiuchi and Koutarou Kyutoku and Masaru Shibata},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2012},
  volume={86},
  pages={064008}
}
We construct a new three-dimensional general relativistic magnetohydrodynamics code, in which a fixed mesh refinement technique is implemented. To ensure the divergence-free condition as well as the magnetic flux conservation, we employ the method by Balsara (2001). Using this new code, we evolve differentially rotating magnetized neutron stars, and find that a magnetically driven outflow is launched from the star exhibiting a kink instability. The matter ejection rate and Poynting flux are… Expand
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