SPH Simulations of Stephan's Quintet

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SPH Simulations of Stephan's Quintet. / Hwang, J. -S.; Struck, C.; Renaud, F.; Appleton, P. N.

Galaxy Mergers in an Evolving Universe: Proceedings of a conference held 23-28 October, 2011 . ed. / W. -H. Sun; C.~K. Xu; N.~Z. Scoville; D.~B. Sanders. Vol. 477 Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2013. p. 291-293 (Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series; Vol. 477).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingPaper in conference proceeding

Harvard

Hwang, J-S, Struck, C, Renaud, F & Appleton, PN 2013, SPH Simulations of Stephan's Quintet. in W-H Sun, CK Xu, NZ Scoville & DB Sanders (eds), Galaxy Mergers in an Evolving Universe: Proceedings of a conference held 23-28 October, 2011 . vol. 477, Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, vol. 477, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, pp. 291-293.

APA

Hwang, J. -S., Struck, C., Renaud, F., & Appleton, P. N. (2013). SPH Simulations of Stephan's Quintet. In W. -H. Sun, C. K. Xu, N. Z. Scoville, & D. B. Sanders (Eds.), Galaxy Mergers in an Evolving Universe: Proceedings of a conference held 23-28 October, 2011 (Vol. 477, pp. 291-293). (Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series; Vol. 477). Astronomical Society of the Pacific.

CBE

Hwang J-S, Struck C, Renaud F, Appleton PN. 2013. SPH Simulations of Stephan's Quintet. Sun W-H, Xu CK, Scoville NZ, Sanders DB, editors. In Galaxy Mergers in an Evolving Universe: Proceedings of a conference held 23-28 October, 2011 . Astronomical Society of the Pacific. pp. 291-293. (Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series).

MLA

Hwang, J. -S. et al. "SPH Simulations of Stephan's Quintet"., Sun, W. -H. and Xu, C.~K. Scoville, N.~Z. Sanders, D.~B. (editors). Galaxy Mergers in an Evolving Universe: Proceedings of a conference held 23-28 October, 2011 . Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series. Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 2013, 291-293.

Vancouver

Hwang J-S, Struck C, Renaud F, Appleton PN. SPH Simulations of Stephan's Quintet. In Sun W-H, Xu CK, Scoville NZ, Sanders DB, editors, Galaxy Mergers in an Evolving Universe: Proceedings of a conference held 23-28 October, 2011 . Vol. 477. Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 2013. p. 291-293. (Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series).

Author

Hwang, J. -S. ; Struck, C. ; Renaud, F. ; Appleton, P. N. / SPH Simulations of Stephan's Quintet. Galaxy Mergers in an Evolving Universe: Proceedings of a conference held 23-28 October, 2011 . editor / W. -H. Sun ; C.~K. Xu ; N.~Z. Scoville ; D.~B. Sanders. Vol. 477 Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2013. pp. 291-293 (Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series).

RIS

TY - GEN

T1 - SPH Simulations of Stephan's Quintet

AU - Hwang, J. -S.

AU - Struck, C.

AU - Renaud, F.

AU - Appleton, P. N.

PY - 2013/10/1

Y1 - 2013/10/1

N2 - We present smoothed particle hydrodynamic models of the interactions in the compact galaxy group, Stephan's Quintet. Adding thermohydrodynamic effects to the earlier collisionless N-body simulations of Renaud et al., we further investigate the dynamical interaction history and evolution of the intergalactic gas of Stephan's Quintet. Specifically, we reproduce the major stellar and gas features of the group and also model the formation of the hot X-ray gas, the group-wide shock, and emission line gas as the result of NGC 7318b colliding with the group. We compare our model results to multi-wavelength observations.

AB - We present smoothed particle hydrodynamic models of the interactions in the compact galaxy group, Stephan's Quintet. Adding thermohydrodynamic effects to the earlier collisionless N-body simulations of Renaud et al., we further investigate the dynamical interaction history and evolution of the intergalactic gas of Stephan's Quintet. Specifically, we reproduce the major stellar and gas features of the group and also model the formation of the hot X-ray gas, the group-wide shock, and emission line gas as the result of NGC 7318b colliding with the group. We compare our model results to multi-wavelength observations.

M3 - Konferenspaper i proceeding

VL - 477

T3 - Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series

SP - 291

EP - 293

BT - Galaxy Mergers in an Evolving Universe

A2 - Sun, W. -H.

A2 - Xu, C.~K.

A2 - Scoville, N.~Z.

A2 - Sanders, D.~B.

PB - Astronomical Society of the Pacific

ER -