VISCOUS ACCRETION OF A POLYTROPIC SELF-GRAVITATING DISK IN THE PRESENCE OF WIND

@article{Abbassi2013VISCOUSAO,
  title={VISCOUS ACCRETION OF A POLYTROPIC SELF-GRAVITATING DISK IN THE PRESENCE OF WIND},
  author={Shahram Abbassi and Erfan Nourbakhsh and Mohsen Shadmehri},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={765},
  pages={96}
}
Self-similar and semi-analytical solutions are found for the height-averaged equations governing the dynamical behavior of a polytropic, self-gravitating disk under the effects of winds around the nascent object. In order to describe the time evolution of the system, we adopt a radius-dependent mass loss rate, then highlight its importance on both the traditional α and innovative β models of viscosity prescription. In agreement with some other studies, our solutions represent that the Toomre… 

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