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Dynamical Evolution of Globular Clusters After Core Collapse

  • Douglas C. Heggie (a1)

Abstract

This review describes work on the evolution of a stellar system during the phase which starts at the end of core collapse. It begins with an account of the models of Hénon, Goodman, and Inagaki and Lynden-Bell, as well as evaporative models, and modifications to these models which are needed in the core. Next, these models are related to more detailed numerical calculations of gaseous models, Fokker-Planck models, N-body calculations, etc., and some problems for further work in these directions are outlined. The review concludes with a discussion of the relation between theoretical models and observations of the surface density profiles and statistics of actual globular clusters.

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