Kinematics and Dynamics of Diffuse Astrophysical Media [E-Book] / edited by J. E. Dyson, E. B. Carling.
Carling, E. B., (editor)
Dyson, J. E., (editor)
Dordrecht : Springer, 1994
XII, 401 p. online resource.
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Table of Contents:
  • Cosmical Aerodynamics — Why was it so Difficult?
  • Shaping Planetary Nebulae
  • Investigating the Kinematics of the Faint Giant Haloes of Planetary Nebulae
  • Shock Modelling of Planetary Nebulae
  • Imaging Polarimetry of Proto-Planetary Nebulae
  • IRAS 17423-1755: a BQ[ ] Star with a Variable Velocity Outflow
  • Spectroscopic Constraints on Outflows from BN-type Objects
  • First Wavelet Analysis of Emission Line Variations in Wolf-Rayet Stars-Turbulence in Hot-Star Outflows
  • Complex Structure Associated with the Wolf-Rayet Star WR147
  • The Importance of Continuum Radiation for the Stellar Wind Hydrodynamics of Hot Stars
  • Herbig Ae/Be Stars
  • 3-D Radiative Line Transfer for Be Star Envelopes
  • Radiatively Driven Winds Using Lagrangian Hydrodynamics
  • Parametric Determination of the Inclination of Keplerian Circumstellar Discs from Spectropolarimetric Profiles of Scattered Lines
  • Observational Evidence for Global Oscillations in Be Star Disks
  • Coupled Stellar Jet/Molecular Outflow Models
  • Modelling Jet-Driven Molecular Outflows
  • Jets
  • A Simulation of a Jet with the Hiccups
  • Interactions Between Molecular Outflows and Optical Jets
  • Proper Motion Measurements in the HH 46/47 Outflow
  • The Serpens Radio Jet: Evidence of Precession or Nutation
  • Fragmentation and Heating of Streamers in Orion
  • Highly Supersonic Molecular Flows in Wind-Clump Boundary Layers
  • High Density Tracers in Outflow Regions: NH3 vs. CS
  • Modelling the Constancy of X
  • Gas-Grain Interaction in the Low Mass Star-Forming Region B335
  • The Structure and Dynamics of M17SW
  • The Hydrodynamics of Bipolar Explosions
  • Shock-Heated Gas in the Outbursts of Classical Novae
  • The Crab Nebula Revisited
  • Pulsar Magnetospheres: Classical and Quasi-Classical Descriptions
  • The Global Structure of the Insterstellar Medium
  • A Power Spectrum Description of Galactic Neutral Hydrogen
  • A Statistical Description of Astrophysical Turbulence
  • Rosat Wide Field Camera Data and the Temperature of the Interstellar Medium
  • Hierarchial Galactic Dynamo and Seed Magnetic Field Problem
  • Cosmic Ray Diffusion at Energies of 1 MeV to 105 GeV
  • Alfvénic Waves and Alignment of Large Grains
  • An Interstellar Thermostat: Gas Temperature Regulated by Grain Charge
  • Recent Optical Observations of Circumstellar and Interstellar Phenomena
  • Internal Motions of HII Regions and Giant HII Regions
  • High-Speed Flows in the Vicinity of the Trapezium Stars
  • The Orion Nebula: Structure, Dynamics, and Population
  • An Evolutionary Model for the Wolf Rayet Nebula NGC 2539
  • Supersonic Turbulence in Giant Extragalactic HII Regions
  • The Dynamics of the Ring Nebula Surrounding the LBV Candidate He 3-519
  • Turbulent Mixing in Wind-Blown HII Regions
  • Shock Wave Structure in the Cygnus Loop
  • Catastrophic Cooling Diagnostics
  • Star Formation in Shocked Layers
  • Binary and Multiple Star Formation
  • Galactic Fountains
  • The Solution Topology of Galactic Winds
  • Galactic Scale Gas Flows in Colliding Galaxies: 3-Dimensional, N-Body/Hydrodynamics Experiments
  • Gas Flow in a Two Component Galactic Disk
  • How Faithful Are N-Body Simulations of Disc Galaxies? — Artificial Suppression of Gaseous Dynamical Instabilities
  • Long-Lived Spiral Structure in N-Body Simulations: Work in Progress
  • The Use of Gravitational Microlensing to Scan the Structure of BAL QSOs
  • Anomalous Component Motion in the MAS Double Radio Source 0646+600
  • Effects of Dense Medium Surrounding Galactic-Sized Radio Sources
  • 8.4 Ghz Vla Observations of the CfA Seyfert Sample
  • Relativistic Jet Simulations
  • Active Galactic Nuclei Flow Velocities and the Highest Energy Cosmic Rays
  • Hidden Broad Line Regions and Anisotropy in AGN
  • The Starburst Galaxy NGC1808: Another M82?
  • List of Forthcoming Papers
  • The ‘KLUWER’ LaTeX Style File.