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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 歷任校長 > 徐遐生 (2002-2006) > 期刊論文 >  Collapse of singular isothermal spheres to black holes

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    Title: Collapse of singular isothermal spheres to black holes
    Authors: Cai, M.J.;Shu, F.H.
    教師: 徐遐生
    Date: 2005
    Publisher: American Astronomical Society
    Relation: ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL, American Astronomical Society, Volume 618, Issue 1, Part 1, JAN 1 2005, Pages 438-450
    Keywords: black hole physics
    Abstract: We study the gravitational collapse of a relativistic singular isothermal sphere that is initially in unstable equilibrium. In the subsequent collapse, the dynamic spacetime is self-similar. The infall proceeds in an inside-out fashion, mimicking its Newtonian counterpart in star formation. A spherical expansion wave propagates outward at the speed of sound, initiating an inward collapse relative to local static observers. Outside of the expansion wave front, matter remains in local equilibrium. Inside, fluid elements are accelerated from rest toward the expanding black hole event horizon. When the singular isothermal sphere is initially threaded by a uniform but weak magnetic field, the frozen-in field lines accumulate above the horizon according to a distant observer, while assuming a split-monopole configuration on a larger scale. When the magnetized system also possesses rotation, such a configuration may naturally develop a vigorous outflow in the simultaneous presence of an accretion inflow. We speculate that such a process underlies the well-known relationship between mass and bulge velocity dispersion of super-massive black holes in the nuclei of galaxies.
    Relation Link: http://aas.org/
    URI: http://nthur.lib.nthu.edu.tw/dspace/handle/987654321/80923
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