Jacksonville, 15 April 2007. Compact body interactions and Boson Stars. Carlos Palenzuela (1) , I.Olabarrieta (1) ,L. Lehner (1) ,S. Liebling (2) with contributions from M. Anderson (1) , D. Neilsen (3) , E. Hirschmann (3)
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Jacksonville, 15 April 2007
Carlos Palenzuela(1), I.Olabarrieta(1),L. Lehner(1),S. Liebling(2)
M. Anderson(1), D. Neilsen(3), E. Hirschmann(3)
(1) LouisianaStateUniversity (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
(2) Long Island University (Long Island, New York)
(3) Brigham Young University (Provo, Utah)
What is a boson star?
Details of the numerical simulations
1) The head-on collision
2) The orbiting binary system
□ φ = m2φ KG eq.
Rab = 8π (Tab – gab T/2) EE
KG eq. does not form shock
theequation of state is given by the interaction potential
- Head-on collisions
- Orbiting binary systems
m1=m2=0.26IV. Head-on collision (I)
ε = ± 1 : boson/antibosonδ : phase difference
φ = φ1(r – r1) e-iωt + φ2(r – r2) e-i(εωt+δ)
ω=0.08VI. The binary orbiting system (I)
L=2,M=2 mode of Ψ4
BH + Boson Star