ZEUS

The ZEUS code for astrophysical magnetohydrodynamics: New extensions and applications We give a brief review of numerical methods implemented in the widely used ZEUS code for astrophysical magnetohydrodynamics (MHD). Extensions of the numerical methods to treat problems in nonideal MHD in a variety of regimes are discussed. In particular, we consider methods for treating Ohmic dissipation, and methods for studying partially ionized plasmas in which the ion and neutral components are weakly coupled through a collisional drag term. Finally, we describe recent application of the methods to the study of dynamics of accretion disks


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  1. Alhussan, Khaled; Smetannikov, Andrei S.; Stankevich, Yuri A.; Stepanov, Konstantin L.; Zhdanok, Sergei A.: Computer modeling the hydrodynamics of explosion above a surface (2011)
  2. Call, Jay M.; Tohline, Joel E.; Lehner, Luis: A generalized advection formalism for relativistic fluid simulations (2010)
  3. Qamar, Shamsul; Mudasser, Sidrah: On the application of a variant CE/SE method for solving two-dimensional ideal MHD equations (2010)
  4. Hujeirat, A.: A problem-orientable numerical algorithm for modeling multi-dimensional radiative MHD flows in astrophysics - the hierarchical solution scenario (2009)
  5. Illenseer, Tobias F.; Duschl, Wolfgang J.: Two-dimensional central-upwind schemes for curvilinear grids and application to gas dynamics with angular momentum (2009)
  6. Kissmann, R.; Pomoell, J.; Kley, W.: A central conservative scheme for general rectangular grids (2009)
  7. Sijoy, C.D.; Chaturvedi, Shashank: Finite difference time domain algorithm for electromagnetic problems involving material movement (2009)
  8. Gardiner, Thomas A.; Stone, James M.: An unsplit Godunov method for ideal MHD via constrained transport in three dimensions (2008)
  9. Matsumoto, Yosuke; Seki, Kanako: Implementation of the CIP algorithm to magnetohydrodynamic simulations (2008)
  10. Hawley, John F.; Beckwith, Kris; Krolik, Julian H.: General relativistic MHD simulations of black hole accretion disks and jets (2007)
  11. Rieben, R.N.; White, D.A.; Wallin, B.K.; Solberg, J.M.: An arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian discretization of MHD on 3D unstructured grids (2007)
  12. Vieser, W.; Hensler, G.: The evolution of interstellar clouds in a streaming hot plasma including heat conduction (2007)
  13. Barranco, Joseph A.; Marcus, Philip S.: A 3D spectral anelastic hydrodynamic code for shearing, stratified flows (2006)
  14. Van Dam, A.; Zegeling, P.A.: A robust moving mesh finite volume method applied to 1D hyperbolic conservation laws from magnetohydrodynamics (2006)
  15. Besse, Nicolas; Kröner, Dietmar: Convergence of locally divergence-free discontinuous-Galerkin methods for the induction equations of the 2D-MHD system (2005)
  16. Cho, Jungyeon; Lazarian, A.: Generation of compressible modes in MHD turbulence (2005)
  17. Crockett, Robert K.; Colella, Phillip; Fisher, Robert T.; Klein, Richard I.; McKee, Christopher F.: An unsplit, cell-centered Godunov method for ideal MHD (2005)
  18. O’Shea, Brian W.; Bryan, Greg; Bordner, James; Norman, Michael L.; Abel, Tom; Harkness, Robert; Kritsuk, Alexei: Introducing Enzo, an AMR cosmology application (2005)
  19. Qamar, Shamsul; Warnecke, Gerald: A high-order kinetic flux-splitting method for the relativistic magnetohydrodynamics (2005)
  20. Ruffini, Remo; Bianco, Carlo Luciano; Xue, She-Sheng; Chardonnet, Pascal; Fraschetti, Federico; Gurzadyan, Vahe: Emergence of a filamentary structure in the fireball from GRB spectra (2005)

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