Title: 5th International Conference of Numerical Modeling of Space Plasma Flows (ASTRONUM 2010)
Volume: 444 Year: 2011 View this Volume on ADS
Editors: Nikolai V. Pogorelov
This Volume contains the Proceedings of ASTRONUM-2010 — the
fifth in a series of international conferences now organized by the
Center for Space Plasma and Aeronomic Research at the University of
Alabama in Huntsville and the Laboratory for Research into the
Fundamental Laws of the Universe at the French Alternative Energies
and Atomic Energy Commission. The subjects of the conference
included such topics as turbulence and cosmic ray transport, astrophysical
and space plasma flows, kinetic and hybrid simulations,
numerical methods, algorithms, and frameworks, and data handling
and visualization. All of these topics are of great importance for scientists
investigating solar structure, the heliosphere, the Sun-Earth
connection, and various astrophysical phenomena.
The problems discussed at the conference are characterized by different
time and space scales, regions, or particle populations, for which different
sets of defining equations or concepts are necessary to understand
the physical system in its entirety. This book will be of interest to
specialists in applied mathematics, astrophysics, space physics, and
computer science working on the application of novel numerical
algorithms to contemporary problems arising in these fields. It can also
be used by graduate students wanting to get acquainted with the fundamental
approaches to solving fluid dynamics and kinetic equations
governing space plasma flows.
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Paper Title Page Authors
Front Matter   
Front Matter Nikolai V. Pogorelov
Part I. Turbulence and Cosmic Ray Transport   
Strong Imbalanced Turbulence 3 Beresnyak, A.
Statistical Tools of Interstellar Turbulence: Bridging the Gap Between Numerics and Observations 9 Burkhart, B.; Lazarian, A.
Modeling Sub-Chandrasekhar Type Ia Supernovae 15 Fink, M.; Röpke, F. K.; Hillebrandt, W.; Kromer, M.; Sim, S. A.; Seitenzahl, I. R.
Uncertainty Quantification for Turbulent Mixing Simulations 21 Kaman, T.; Glimm, J.; Sharp, D. H.
Cosmic Ray Spectrum in Supernova Remnant Shocks 28 Kang, H.
Accretion Disk Turbulence With a Detailed Thermodynamics 36 Kissmann, R.; Flaig, M.; Kley, W.
Modeling the Effects of Turbulence in Zero- and Low-metallicity Star Formation 42 Klessen, R. S.; Glover, S. C. O.; Clark, P. C.; Greif, T. H.; Bromm, V.
Modulation of Cosmic Rays in the Heliosheath 48 Kóta, J.
The Spectral Structure of Anisotropic MHD Turbulence 54 Grappin, R.; Müller, W.-C.
Part II. Astrophysical Flows   
GRMHD Simulations of Black Hole Accretion Disks 63 Hawley, J. F.
Nonlinear Dynamical Friction in a Gaseous Medium 69 Kim, W.-T.
Two-component Jets and the Fanaroff–Riley Dichotomy 75 Meliani, Z.; Keppens, R.
Simulation of Relativistic Shocks and Associated Radiation from Turbulent Magnetic Fields 81 Nishikawa, K.-I.; Niemiec, J.; Medvedev, M.; Zhang, B.; Hardee, P.; Mizuno, Y.; Nordlund, A.; Frederiksen, J.; Sol, H.; Pohl, M.; Hartmann, D. H.; Fishman, G. J.
Numerical Methods to Study Triggered Star Formation Around HII Regions 87 Tremblin, P.; Audit, E.; Minier, V.; Schneider, N.
Numerical Simulation of MHD Flows in Close Binaries with Strong Magnetic Field 91 Zhilkin, A. G.; Bisikalo, D. V.
Part III. Space Plasma Flows   
Improving Data Drivers for Coronal and Solar Wind Models 99 Arge, C. N.; Henney, C. J.; Koller, J.; Toussaint, W. A.; Harvey, J. W.; Young, S.
The Effects of the Sun Rotation on the Solar Wind Propagation 105 Borovikov, S. N.; Pogorelov, N. V.
Three-Dimensional Solar Wind Structures Obtained with MHD Simulation Model Using Observation-Based Time-Varying Inner Boundary Map 111 Hayashi, K.; Tokumaru, M.; Fujiki, K.; Kojima, M.
A Solar Wind Model with Current Sheets 117 Li, G.; Qin, G.
High Lundquist Number Resistive MHD Simulations of Magnetic Reconnection: Searching for Secondary Island Formation 124 Ng, C. S.; Ragunathan, S.
Heliospheric Modeling with MS-FLUKSS: Interpretation of the IBEX Measurements and Time-dependent Simulations 130 Pogorelov, N. V.; Borovikov, S. N.; Heerikhuisen, J.; Kim, T.; Kryukov, I. A.; Zank, G. P.
Low-frequency Waves Driven by Kelvin–Helmholtz Instability in a Bounded Plasma Flow 137 Shevelev, M. M.; Burinskaya, T. M.
A Global Solar Wind Model Based on Surface Measurements of Magnetic Field and Transverse Velocity from GONG 143 Wu, S. T.; Wang, A. H.; Wu, C.-C.; Hill, F.; Hernández, I. G.; Feng, X. S.; Dryer, M.
Part IV. Kinetic, Particle, and Hybrid Simulations   
Effect of Pitch Angle Scattering on Formation of the Interstellar Boundary Explorer Ribbon in the Outer Heliosheath 153 Gamayunov, K.; Zhang, M.; Rassoul, H.
Algorithmic Breakthroughs in Multiscale Particle-in-Cell Simulations 160 Omelchenko, Y. A.; Karimabadi, H.
A Numerical Method to Determine the Particle Velocity Distribution Functions in Space 166 Pierrard, V.
Numerics of the Inelastic Boltzmann Equation 176 Rjasanow, S.
Vlasov Code Simulation of Cross-scale Coupling in Space Plasmas 182 Umeda, T.; Matsumoto, Y.; Nakamura, T. K. M.; Fukazawa, K.; Ogino, T.
Part V. Numerical Methods, Algorithms, and Frameworks   
High Lundquist Number Reconnection 191 Gardiner, T. A.
Using Automated Code Generation to Support High Performance Extended MHD Integration in OpenGGCM 197 Germaschewski, K.; Raeder, J.
Numerical Scheme to Solve 3D Structure of Rotationally Supported Gas Disks 204 Hanawa, T.; Kikuchi, D.; Otomo, Y.
An Energy Conserving Parallel Hybrid Plasma Solver 211 Holmström, M.
A Roe-type Riemann Solver Based on the Spectral Decomposition of the Equations of Relativistic Magnetohydrodynamics 217 Ibáñez, J. M.; Aloy, M. A.; Mimica, P.; Antón, L.; Miralles, J. A.; Martí, J. M.
Coupling Kinetic and Hydrodynamic Models for Simulations of Gas Flows and Weakly Ionized Plasmas 223 Kolobov, V. I.; Arslanbekov, R. R.
How Dissipation and Free Boundary Layers Can Be Better Handled in the SPH Approach 230 Lanzafame, G.; Costa, V.; Belvedere, G.
An Upwind Slope Limiter for PPM that Preserves Monotonicity in Magnetohydrodynamics 236 Lee, D.
Higher Order Divergence-Free Methods for Three-Dimensional MHD Flows on Overlapping Grid 242 Li, S.
Relativistic Hydrodynamic Codes for Adiabatic and Isothermal Flows 248 Ryu, D.; Chattopadhyay, I.; Jang, H.
Numerical Approximation of MHD Equations for Real Gases 254 Serna, S.; Marquina, A.
The Athena Astrophysical MHD Code in Cylindrical Geometry 260 Skinner, M. A.; Ostriker, E. C.
LES of Temporally Evolving Mixing Layers by Three High Order Schemes 266 Yee, H.; Sjögreen, B.; Hadjadj, A.
Part VI. Data Handling and Visualization   
Hybrid Parallelism for Volume Rendering on Large, Multi-core Systems 275 Howison, M.; Bethel, E. W.; Childs, H.
Petascale Global Kinetic Simulations of The Magnetosphere and Visualization Strategies for Analysis of Very Large Multi-Variate Data Sets 281 Karimabadi, H.; Loring, B.; Vu, H. X.; Omelchenko, Y.; Tatineni, M.; Majumdar, A.; Ayachit, U.; Geveci, B.
Topology-based Feature Definition and Analysis 292 Weber, G. H.; Bremer, P.-T.; Gyulassy, A.; Pascucci, V.
Author Index 299 Nikolai V. Pogorelov
Back Matter   
Back Matter 301 Nikolai V. Pogorelov