General Relativistic Modeling of Magnetized Jets from Accreting Black Holes

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General Relativistic Modeling of Magnetized Jets from Accreting Black Holes

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Title: General Relativistic Modeling of Magnetized Jets from Accreting Black Holes
Author: Tchekhovskoy, Alexander; McKinney, Jonathan C; Narayan, Ramesh

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Citation: Tchekhovskoy, Alexander, Jonathan C McKinney, and Ramesh Narayan. 2012. “General Relativistic Modeling of Magnetized Jets from Accreting Black Holes.” Journal of Physics: Conference Series 372 (July 30): 012040.
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Abstract: Recent advances in general relativistic magnetohydrodynamic modeling of jets offer unprecedented insights into the inner workings of accreting black holes that power the jets in active galactic nuclei (AGN) and other accretion systems. I will present the results of recent studies that determine spin-dependence of jet power and discuss the implications for the AGN radio loud/quiet dichotomy and recent observations of high jet power in a number of AGN.
Published Version: doi:10.1088/1742-6596/372/1/012040
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