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Aly, H.A. (author), Nealon, Rebecca (author), Gonzalez, Jean-Fran├žois (author)
We identify a new dust instability that occurs in warped discs. The instability is caused by the oscillatory gas motions induced by the warp in the bending wave regime. We first demonstrate the instability using a local 1D (vertical) toy model based on the warped shearing box coordinates and investigate the effects of the warp magnitude and...
journal article 2024
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Liu, Jordi (author)
Within a Protoplanetary disk (PPD), planets form from micron sized particles, but what are the processes taken for planet formation? How does the evolution of micron sized particles via settlement and coagulation lead to the gigantic planets as the ones in our Solar System? This thesis explores the planet formation process of pebble accretion...
master thesis 2021
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Mahadeva Arabhavi, Aditya (author)
This thesis aims to improve our understanding of the role of ices in planet forming discs, known as protoplanetary discs. Computer models of such discs have been used extensively by the community to understand and predict the observational data. It has always been a challenge to observe ices in the discs and their optical appearance is largely...
master thesis 2020
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Biekman, Amanthla (author)
The Earth is not the only planet in the universe. It has been known for millennia that there are other planets and other bodies in the solar system. Moreover, as recent as, 1995 it has been confirmed that other stars also host planets. But how did they form? This is the main question that planet formation research has been trying to answer for...
master thesis 2019
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