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Formation, evolution, and dynamics of young solar systems

Author: Martin Pessah; Oliver Gressel
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2017.
Series: Astrophysics and space science library.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book's interdisciplinary scope aims at bridging various communities: 1) cosmochemists, who study meteoritic samples from our own solar system, 2) (sub- ) millimetre astronomers, who measure the distribution of dust and gas of star-forming regions and planet-forming discs, 3) disc modellers, who describe the complex photo-chemical structure of parametric discs to fit these to observation, 4) computational  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Formation, evolution, and dynamics of young solar systems.
Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2017
(OCoLC)987282286
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Pessah; Oliver Gressel
ISBN: 9783319606095 3319606093
OCLC Number: 1015215172
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: The determination of protoplanetary disk masses / Edwin A. Bergin and Jonathan P. Williams --
The ALMA revolution: gas and dust in transitional discs / Nienke van der Marel --
Wind-driven global evolution of protoplanetary discs / Xue-Ning Bai --
Particle trapping in protoplanetary discs: models vs. observations / Paola Pinilla and Andrew N. Youdin --
Dust coagulation with porosity evolution / Akimasa Kataoka --
Chondrules: ubiquitous chondritic solids tracking the evolution of the solar protoplanetary disk / Martin Bizzarro, James N. Connelly, and Alexander N. Krot --
The emerging paradigm of pebble accretion / Chris W. Ormel --
White dwarf planetary systems: insights regarding the fate of planetary systems / Amy Bonsor and Siyi Xu --
Observational signatures of planet formation in recent resolved observations of protoplanetary disks / Super-earths: atmospheric accretion, thermal evolution and envelope loss / Sivan Ginzburg, Niraj K. Inamdar, and Hilke E. Schlichting --
Constraints from planets in binaries / Kaitlin M. Kratter --
Planet population synthesis via pebble accretion / Bertram Bitsch and Anders Johansen.
Series Title: Astrophysics and space science library.
Responsibility: Martin Pessah, Oliver Gressel, editors.

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This book's interdisciplinary scope aims at bridging various communities: 1) cosmochemists, who study meteoritic samples from our own solar system, 2) (sub- ) millimetre astronomers, who measure the distribution of dust and gas of star-forming regions and planet-forming discs, 3) disc modellers, who describe the complex photo-chemical structure of parametric discs to fit these to observation, 4) computational astrophysicists, who attempt to decipher the dynamical structure of magnetised gaseous discs, and the effects the resulting internal structure has on the aerodynamic re-distribution of embedded solids, 5) theoreticians in planet formation theory, who aim to piece it all together eventually arriving at a coherent holistic picture of the architectures of planetary systems discovered by 6) the exoplanet observers, who provide us with unprecedented samples of exoplanet worlds. Combining these diverse fields the book sheds light onto the riddles that research on planet formation is currently confronted with, and paves the way for a comprehensive understanding of the formation, evolution, and dynamics of young solar systems. The chapters?Chondrules? Ubiquitous Chondritic Solids Tracking the Evolution of the Solar Protoplanetary Disk?,?Dust Coagulation with Porosity Evolution? and?The Emerging Paradigm of Pebble Accretion? are published open access under a CC BY 4.0 license via link.springer.com.

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