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Monte-Carlo Models of Collisional Stellar Systems

  • Marc Freitag
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 760)

In this chapter I describe a fast, approximate, particle-based algorithm to compute the long-term evolution of stellar clusters and galactic nuclei. It relies on the assumptions of spherical symmetry of the stellar system, dynamical equilibrium and local, diffusive two-body relaxation. It allows for velocity anisotropy, an arbitrary stellar mass spectrum, stellar evolution, a central massive object, collision between stars, binary processes and two-body encounters leading to large deflection angles. Using

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Globular Cluster Stellar Evolution Loss Cone Tidal Disruption Central Massive Object 
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