Smoothed particle magnetohydrodynamic simulations of protostellar outflows with misaligned magnetic field and rotation axes (Dataset)
disc_clean.tar.xz (117.6Mb) disc_hav.tar.xz (117.6Mb) lowres_clean.tar.xz (2.792Gb) lowres_hav.tar.xz (2.212Gb) theta_0.tar.xz (35.03Gb) theta_10.tar.xz (29.35Gb) theta_20.tar.xz (35.42Gb) theta_45.tar.xz (35.49Gb) theta_60.tar.xz (26.45Gb) theta_90.tar.xz (24.38Gb) utils.tar.xz (1.335Kb)Show MoreShow Less
Lewis, Benjamin T.
Bate, Matthew R.
Price, Daniel J.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
University of Exeter (dataset) / Oxford University Press (paper)
Available under a CC-BY (v. 2.0 UK: England and Wales) License. Please acknowledge source by citing the authors' names, the published MNRAS paper and the ORE handle for this dataset
This is the dataset that was used to produce the paper published in MNRAS. Included are the binary dump files from each of the simulations in the paper and two utilities that can be used to produce an ASCII file detailing accreted particles.
Science and Technology Facilities Council
European Research Council
Australian Research Council Discovery Project Grant
University of Exeter Supercomputer: jointly funded by Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), Large Facilities Capital Fund of BIS, and the University of Exeter DiRac Complexity computer: jointly funded by Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) and the Large Facilities Capital Fund of BIS
The compressed tarballs in this repository contain the binary output data from the SPMHD (smoothed particle magnetohydrodynamics) simulation presented in the paper. The data is a Fortran binary file in big-endian format. The DAT???? files are dumps of the simulation spaced every 1/100 of a free-fall time and can be read in Splash (Written by Daniel Price, see http://users.monash.edu.au/~dprice/splash/). The Atest_? and Ptest_? files contain information on accreted particles and sink particles respectively (again in big-endian format). The two Fortran programs in utils.tar.xz can read these files and output ASCII data. The tarballs themselves are named according to the following scheme: theta_*.tar.xz are the 1.5 million particle simulations presented as the main result of the paper, where theta_0.tar.xz is a fully aligned model and theta_90.tar.xz is fully misaligned (i.e. theta = 90) &c.; lowres_*.tar.xz are the two low-resolution collapse simulations earlier in the paper and disc_*.tar.xz are the two test models. For both the low-resolution and test models, `clean' denotes the result of using and unmodified code and `hav' denotes the new formalism presented in the paper. All the plots in the paper, except for Figs. 13 and 14, can be produced using Splash and the `DAT' files directly. Figs. 13 and 14 use the data extracted from the `A' and `P' files.
The journal article associated with this datast was published in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Vol. 451 (1), pp 288-299. doi: 10.1093/mnras/stv957 and is in ORE at http://hdl.handle.net/10871/19588
The article associated with this dataset is available in ORE at http://hdl.handle.net/10871/19588.