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[ascl:1812.002] GLADIS: GLobal Accretion Disk Instability Simulation

GLADIS (GLobal Accretion Disk Instability Simulation) computes the time-dependent evolution of a black hole accretion disk, in one-dimensional, axisymmetric, vertically integrated scheme. The code solves two partial-differential equations of hydrodynamics for surface density and temperature evolution, i.e., given by viscous diffusion and energy conservation. Accretion disks can be subject to radiation-pressure instability if the stress tensor is proportional to the total (gas plus radiation) pressure. In the gas-pressure dominated case there is no instability. An intermediate case is provided in the code by the square root of the gas and total pressures. GLADIS is parallelized with MPI, and sample .ini and run command files are provided with the code.

Code site:
http://www.cft.edu.pl/astrofizyka/?page_id=345
Used in:
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/#abs/2017A&A...603A.110G
Bibcode:
2018ascl.soft12002J
Preferred citation method:

Please see citation information in the package's README file


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