Turbulence in core-collapse supernovae

@article{Radice2018TurbulenceIC,
  title={Turbulence in core-collapse supernovae},
  author={D. Radice and E. Abdikamalov and C. Ott and P. Moesta and S. Couch and L. Roberts},
  journal={Journal of Physics G},
  year={2018},
  volume={45},
  pages={053003}
}
  • D. Radice, E. Abdikamalov, +3 authors L. Roberts
  • Published 2018
  • Physics
  • Journal of Physics G
  • Multidimensional simulations show that non-radial, turbulent, fluid motion is a fundamental component of the core-collapse supernova explosion mechanism. Neutrino-driven convection, the standing accretion shock instability, and relic-perturbations from advanced nuclear burning stages can all impact the outcome of core collapse in a qualitative and quantitative way. Here, we review the current understanding of these phenomena and their role in the explosion of massive stars. We also discuss the… CONTINUE READING

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