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Frank J., King A., Raine D.J. — Accretion Power in Astrophysics
Frank J., King A., Raine D.J. — Accretion Power in Astrophysics

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Название: Accretion Power in Astrophysics

Авторы: Frank J., King A., Raine D.J.

Аннотация:

Focusing on close binary systems containing compact objects and on active nuclei, the authors describe the physical processes at work in accretion discs and other accretion flows, beginning with why accretion is a source of energy. They then present the gas dynamics and plasma concepts necessary for astrophysical applications. Accretion in stellar systems is then covered, including accretion onto compact objects. Further chapters treat accretion in active galactic nuclei and describe thick accretion discs. A new chapter discusses recently discovered accretion flow solutions. Updated and expanded, this edition includes new material on disc instabilities, irradiated discs, disc warping, and general accretion flows. Suitable for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and researchers.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Издание: 3rd edition

Год издания: 2002

Количество страниц: 398

Добавлена в каталог: 09.12.2008

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Предметный указатель
$H \alpha / H \beta$ ratio      253 262
$H \alpha$      250 256
$H \beta$      254 260
$L \alpha / H \beta$ ratio      262
$\alpha$-viscosity prescription      70 71 88 90 93—97 113—117 121 123 125 150
$\gamma$-rays      280 281
3C 120      264
3C 234      216
3C 273      214 220 221 270 275 280
3C 279      280
Absorption      214 256
Accretion column      152 174 175 177—186 188 201 209 356
Accretion disc      7 48 61 62 64—66 69—72 74 78 80—163 166—169 205 206 208 209 244 263
Accretion disc, ionization zone      265
Accretion disc, outburst      266
Accretion disc, thin      80 84 85 87—89 93 98 108 113 118 129 132 139
Accretion disc, viscosity      63—73
Accretion efficiency      4
Accretion luminosity      62 77 97—99 159 162 175—177 150 152 187 192—194
Accretion radius      21 74 75 238
Accretion rate      4 15 21
Accretion torque      157 158
Accretion yield      350
Accretion, efficiency      2
Accretion, emitted spectrum      5
Accretion, energy yield      1
Accretion, flows      7
Accretion, luminosity      3
Accretion, normal stars      2
Accretion, theory and observation      6
Active galactic nuclei (AGN)      1 213 216 335
Active galactic nuclei (AGN), disc stability      265
ADAF      319 322 330—332 334—342 344 364
ADAF, transition radius      336 340 343
Adiabatic flows      12
Adiabatic index      45
Adiabatic inflow-outflow solutions (ADIOS)      338
Advection      118 129 321 323 325 327 340
Advection dominated      283
Advection/radiation boundary      332
Advective cooling      324
Alfven radius      159 160 163
Alfven velocity      40
AM Herculis systems      166 167 169 174 180 183 186 187 190—192 213 356
AM Herculis systems, anomalous states      190 192
angular momentum      226 227 229 231 233 236 246 285 289
Angular momentum equation      81 84 115 139 153 157 307 312 322 324 325 327 329 364
Angular momentum loss      54 56 57 77 78 140 157 210
Angular momentum loss, consequential      78
AO 0235+164      216
Apsidal precession frequency      144
Arp 102b      264
Auger effect      249
Balbus — Hawley instability      72
Baldwin effect      263
Balmer lines      214
BALs      215
Barotropes      301
Beaming      227
Big bump      261
Binary evolution      49 54 58 210
Binary pulsars      352
Binary radio pulsars      213
Binary separation      48 49 54 56 75
BL Lac      214
BL Lacs      217 219 221 279
Black holes      22 152 203 207—211 230 234 244 319 325 334—336 340—342 350 354 358 361
Blue bump      245 247
Bondi accretion      14 15 41 319 322 350
Bootstrap evolution      77
Boundary laver      85 86 128 152 159 174 209 356
Breezes      19
Bremsstrahhing (free free emission)      179 183 188 194 197
Bright spot      101 102 127
Brightness temperature      272 277
Broad line region      245 359
Broad lines      250 255 257
Bulk viscosity      34 36
Bursters      213
Carbon lines      350
Case B      256
Cataclysmic variables (CVs)      2 95 99—104 108 110 121 122 128 142 143 149 151 155 166 169 177 211
Chandrasckhar limit      207
Circularization radius      80 76 110 146 160 355
Classical novae      213
Close encounters      26
Cloud model      256
Clusters      221 225
Collisions, Coulomb      26
Collisions, cross-section      27
Collisions, cumulative effect of encounters      28
Collisions, distant and close compared      28
Collisions, elastic      26
Collisions, electrons and ions      32
Collisions, frequency      31
Collisions, impact parameter      26
Collisions, radiative losses      26
Column density      260
Compactness parameter      281
Compton catastrophe      277 278 361
Compton cooling      180—183 194 195
Compton scattering      217 239 243 249 261 279 280 282 284 362
Compton temperature      283
Conductive flux of heat      10
confinement      271
Conservation equations      44
Conservation laws      42
Conservation laws for steady flow      11
Contact binary      54
Continuity equation      9 320 325 333
Convectlon-dominated accretion flows (CDAFs)      339
Coriolis force      50—52 66
Coronal lines      251
Corotaiion radius      163 165 167
Cosmic censorship      237
Cosmic rays      268
Coulomb collisions      26 183 193 194 196 197 199 282
Coulomb forces      197
Coulomb logarithm      29 33
Coulomb logarithm, for astrophysical plasmas      30
Covering factor      256 260
Crab Nebula      268 270 279
Cyclotron emission      166 170—175 182 183 195—198 274
Cyclotron frequency      41
Cyg A      225 226 270
Cyg X-1      282
de Broglie wavelength      29
Debye length      25
Deflection length      28
Deflection time      28
Deflection time, electron—electron      31
Deflection time, ion—ion      31
Diffusion equation for time-dependent disc      82
Disc formation      58 73 76
Disc luminosity      291 294
Disc spectra      248
Disc, atmospheres      91 101
Disc, corona      102 106 107 111 128 132
Disc, instabilities      109—111 113—115 117 118 121—123 125—129 132 133 135 149
Disc, spectrum      90—92 96 98 99 101—103 131 134 135
Disc-winds      265
Doppler boosting      263
Doppler effect      271
Doppler favouritism      278
Dust      253
dwarf novae      99 101 104 105 112 121 122 125 127—129 132 133 135 141 142 147 156 157 206 211 213 330 342
Dynamic range      270
Dynamical time      231
Dynamical timescale, atmospheric      77
Dynamical timescale, disc      62 109 112 148
Dynamical timescale, steilar      56
Eccentric binaries      49 77
Eclipse mapping of disc      105 128
Eddington critical rate      319 324 326 335 338
Eddington limit      2 118 211 226 229 239 283 361
Eddington luminosity      2 319 336 350
Effective potential      234
Effective temperature      244
Efficiency      225 225 236 238 291 294
Electron scattering      274
Electron thermal conduction flux      37
Electron—ion encounters      31
Electron—positron pairs      279—281 283 292 362
Ellipsoidal variation      53
Emission line profile      360
energy equation      9 10 322 324—327 329 333 342
Energy exchange timescale      31
Epicyclic frequency      144
Equipartition      240
Equivalent width      249
Euler equation      9 11 13—16 36 40 50 53 69 87 58 286
Event horizon      133 319 336 337 339
Extended emission      254
Faraday rotation      274 278 286
Ferraro's law      288
Filling factor      253 260
Fluorescence      249
Forbidden lines      250
Force-free      286 288 290
FR classes      268
Frozen-in fields      37
FWHM      214
FWOI      214
Galactic bulge sources      99 211 213
Galactic centre      228 334
Galaxy      232
Gas dynamics      8
Gas dynamics, equations      8 320
Globular cluster sources      213
Gravitational instabilities      232
Gravitational lenses      223
Green function for disc      82—84
H 0323 + 022      224
Helium lines      250
Hertzsprung gap      211 213
High ionization lines      262
Horizon      236
Hydrogen burning      4 350
Hydrogen burning, energy yield      1
Hydromagnetic approximation      38
Hydrostatic equilibrium      87 88 108 109 112 113 115
Impact parameter      26
Impact parameter, minimum and maximum      29
Impedance matched      292
Inner Lagrange point      51 53
Intercombination line      250
Intermediate line region      251 265
Intermediate polar systems      99 213
Interstellar medium      271
Ion temperature      282
Ion torus      283
Ionization parameter      109 110 222 257—260 355 359
Ionization zone      117 122 123 128 132 133
IRAS galaxies      218
Irradiation, of accretion disc      107 110 128—136 139 148 354
Irradiation, of companion star      58 77 78
Isentropic flows      12
Isorotation      288
Isothermal flows      11
Isothermal shock      351
Jeans instability      283
Jets      211 247 270 271 361 362
K shell      249
Kelvin — Helmholtz timescale      58
Kepler orbit      49 60 62
Kepler's law      49 76
Keplerian disc      80—83 85 87 88 94 99 109 112 139 145 148 149 354 355
Kerr black hole      236
Kirchhoff's law      171 273
Klein — Nishina cross-section      280
Kramers' opacity      176 266
Lagrange point      52 58
Larmor frequency      41
Larmor radius      41
Last stable orbit      237
Light-crossing time      226 292
Lightman — Eardley instability      329 331 332
Limit cycle      120 122 123 129 149
Line-locking      221
LINER      336
Loss cone      231
Low ionization lines      262
Low-mass X-ray binaries (LMXBs)      110 111 137 139 141 148
Luminosity distance      220
Lyman $\alpha$      222 256
Lyman forest      222 256
Lyman limit      245
M 31      227
M 32      227
M 87      227 270
Mach number      45 88
Magnetic effects on transport processes      41
Magnetic fields      37 85 92 128 148 232 269 271 277 285
Magnetic fields, in neutron stars      37
Magnetic fields, in white dwarfs      37
Magnetic pressure      40
Magnetic tension      40
Magnetosphere      286
Mass ratio      50—56 140 145 146
Mass transfer      48 49 53 55 57 77—80 84 101 111 115 117 121 127 128 133 150
Mass transfer rate      58 77 78
Mass transfer, conservative      56
Mass transfer, thermal-timescale      56
Massive X-ray binaries      211
Maxwell — Boltzmann distribution      8
Maxwell's equations      37
Mean free path      8 27 30 35
Microlensing      223
Microquasars      211 213
Momentum equation      9 320 323 325 342
Mrk 421      280
Mrk 668      254
Narrow lines      251
Neon lines      251
Neutron star      4 107 325 334 336 340 342
NGC 1068      216 234
NGC 4151      224 251 253 256 258 265
NGC 4258      227
Nova      157 187
Novalike variables      99 101 213
Nuclear timescale      57
OH 471      256
OJ 159      216
OJ 287      224
Old novae      99
Opacity      244
Optical depth      243 266
OQ 172      256
OVVs      216
Oxygen lines      251—254 264
Oxygen, [O III]-problem      264
Paczynski's adiabaiic diec      340
Parker instability      73
Perfect gas law      9
Perfect magnetohydrodynamics      287 288
Period minimum      352
Period—mass relation, degenerate stars      351
Period—mass relation, main-sequence stars      55 101 147
Permitted line      250
PHL 957      216
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