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Development of jets, outflows and HH objects

  • A. C. Raga (a1), D. López-Cámara (a1), J. Cantó (a2), A. Esquivel (a1), A. Rodríguez-González (a1) and P. F. Velázquez (a1)...

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The entrainment of molecular material through a mixing layer along the walls of a HH jet beam has been modeled analytically (Cantó & Raga 1991; Stahler 1994) and numerically (Taylor & Raga 1995; Lim et al. 1999). However, when full radiative jet simulations are carried out, the molecular, environmental material remains within a dense shell which follows the shape of the leading bow shock. Because of this, no molecular material reaches the outer boundary of the jet beam, and therefore no “side-entrainment” of molecular gas into the fast jet beam takes place.

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Cantó, J. & Raga, A. C. 1991, ApJ, 372, 646
Correia, S., Zinnecker, H., Ridgway, S. T., & McCaughrean, M. J. 2009, A&A, 505, 673
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