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Simulating Gas Inflow at the Disk-Halo Interface

Melso, Nicole; Bryan, Greg L.; Li, Miao

The interaction between inflowing gas clouds and galactic outflows at the interface where the galactic disk transitions into the circumgalactic medium is an important process in galaxy fueling, yet remains poorly understood. Using a series of tall-box hydrodynamic ENZO simulations, we have studied the interaction between smooth gas inflow and supernovae-driven outflow at the disk-halo interface with pc-scale resolution. Please see Melso et al. 2019 for details. Here we have uploaded movies for the BURST50, BURST100, and IMD10 simulations. They are also embedded in-text in the Appendix of the ApJ publication.

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Astronomy and Astrophysics
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January 16, 2019
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