A paper on black hole formation

They are radiatively very inefficient. Excretion disk[ edit ] The opposite of an accretion disk is an excretion disk where instead of material accreting from a disk on to a central object, material is excreted from the center outwards on to the disk. Analytic models of sub-Eddington accretion disks thin disks, ADAFs [ edit ] When the accretion rate is sub-Eddington and the opacity very high, the standard thin accretion disk is formed.

The model they constructed has the three-dimensional universe floating as a membrane or brane in a "bulk universe" that has four dimensions.

Magnetic fields strengths at least of order Gauss seem necessary for the magneto-centrifugal mechanism to launch powerful jets. It is geometrically thin in the vertical direction has a disk-like shapeand is made of a relatively cold gas, with a negligible radiation pressure.

The gas goes down on very tight spirals, resembling almost circular, almost free Keplerian orbits.

Goodbye Big Bang, hello black hole? A new theory of the universe's creation

They are very radiatively inefficient, geometrically extended, similar in shape to a sphere or a "corona" rather than a disk, and very hot close to the virial temperature.

The Arxiv entry does not specify if the paper has been submitted to any peer-reviewed scientific journals for publication. Quasi-Periodic Oscillations happen in many accretion disks, with their periods appearing to scale as the inverse of the mass of the central object.

Formation of powerful astrophysical jets along the rotation axis of accretion disks requires a large scale poloidal magnetic field in the inner regions of the disk.

The event horizon is the boundary between the inside and the outside of a black hole. Why do these oscillations exist? However, numerical simulations, and theoretical models, show that the viscosity and magnetic diffusivity have almost the same order of magnitude in magneto-rotationally turbulent disks.

You can read the more technical details in this paper on which the new theory is based. The standard theory is that the universe grew from an infinitely dense point or singularitybut who knows what was there before? The singularity is one of them. So basically, what the model says is when the 4-D star blows apart, the leftover material would create a 3-D brane surrounding a 3-D event horizonand then expand.

Excretion disks are formed when stars merge.

Accretion disk

The long and the short of it? The funnels collimate the radiation into beams with highly super-Eddington luminosities. So what are the limitations of the Big Bang theory?

You can read more about their research on this prepublished Arxiv paper. The 4-D black hole would have an "event horizon" just like the 3-D ones we are familiar with.

So if this "bulk universe" has four-dimensional stars, these stars could go through the same life cycles as the three-dimensional ones we are familiar with. Thin disks were independently worked out by Lynden-Bell, Pringle and Rees.

The magnetic fields present in astrophysical objects required for the instability to occur are believed to be generated via dynamo action. Yes, this is making our heads hurt as well, so it might be easier to temporarily think of the brane as two-dimensional and the "bulk universe" as three-dimensional when trying to picture it.

The magnetic field diffuses away faster than the rate at which it is being carried inward by accretion of matter.A fully general relativistic treatment, as needed for the inner part of the disk when the central object is a black hole, has been provided by Page and Thorne, and used for producing simulated optical images by Luminet and Marck, in which it is to be noted that, although such a system is intrinsically symmetric its image is not, because the.

Representation of the timeline of the universe over billion years, from the Big Bang, through the cosmic dark ages and formation of the .

A paper on black hole formation
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