, Volume 343, Issue 2, pp 735-745

The effect of wind on magnetized advection dominated accretion flows

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Abstract

We study the effects of winds on advection dominated accretion flows in the presence of a global magnetic field under a self-similar treatment. The disk gas is assumed to be isothermal. For a steady state structure of such accretion flows a set of self similar solutions are presented. We consider the wind in a general magnetic field with three components (r,φ,z) in advection-dominated accretion flows. The mass-accretion rate $\dot{M}$ decreases with radius r as $\dot{M}\propto r^{s+1/2}$ , where s is an arbitrary constant. We will see, by increasing the wind parameter s, radial and rotational velocities increase.