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 Feedback effects of aspherical supernovae explosions on galaxies


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We investigate how explosions of aspherical supernovae (A-SNe) can influence star formation histories and chemical evolution of dwarf galaxies by using a new chemodynamical model. We mainly present the numerical results of two comparative models so that the A-SN feedback effects on galaxies can be more clearly seen. SNe originating from stars with masses larger than 30M sun are A-SNe in the -ASN- model whereas all SNe are spherical ones (S-SNe) in the -SSN- model. Each S-SN and A-SN are assumed to release feedback energy of 10^{51} erg and 10^{52} erg, respectively, and chemical yields and feedback energy of A-SN ejecta depend on angles between the axis of symmetry and the ejection directions. We find that star formation can become at least by a factor of ~3 lower in the ASN model in comparison with the SSN one owing to the more energetic feedback of A-SNe. As a result of this, chemical evolution can proceed very slowly in the ASN model. A-SN feedback effects can play a significant role in the formation of giant gaseous holes and energetic gaseous outflow and unique chemical abundances (e.g., high Mg-Ca). Based on these results, we provide a number of implications of the A-SN feedback effects on galaxy formation and evolution.



Autor: Kenji Bekki; Toshikazu Shigeyama; Takuji Tsujimoto

Fuente: https://archive.org/







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