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Title :Evolution of bare quark stars in full general relativity : Single star case
Authors :Zhou, Enping
Kiuchi, Kenta
Shibata, Masaru
Tsokaros, Antonios
Uryu^^-, Ko^^-ji
Uryū, Kōji
Issue Date :8-Jun-2021
Abstract :We introduce our approaches, in particular, the modifications of the primitive recovery procedure, to handle bare quark stars in numerical relativity simulations. Reliability and convergence of our implementation are demonstrated by evolving two triaxially rotating quark star models with different mass as well as a differentially rotating quark star model which has sufficiently large kinetic energy to be dynamically unstable. These simulations allow us to verify that our method is capable of resolving the evolution of the discontinuous surface of quark stars and possible mass ejection from them. The evolution of the triaxial deformation and the properties of the gravitational-wave emission from triaxially rotating quark stars are also studied, together with the mass ejection of the differentially rotating case. We find that supramassive quark stars are not likely to be ideal sources of a continuous gravitational wave as the star recovers axisymmetry much faster than models with smaller mass and gravitational-wave amplitude decays rapidly in a timescale of 10 ms, although the instantaneous amplitude from more massive models is larger. As with the differentially rotating case, our result confirms that quark stars could experience nonaxisymmetric instabilities similar to the neutron star case but with a quite small degree of differential rotation, which is expected according to previous initial-data studies.
URL :https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevD.103.123011
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
ISSN :2470-0010
Publisher :American Physical Society
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/49930
Citation :Physical Review D Vol.103 no.12
Appears in Collections:Peer-reviewed Journal Articles (Faculty of Science)

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