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Reference papers for PION

Refereed Papers and Conference Proceedings using PION simulations

  1. Thermal emission from bow shocks II: 3D magnetohydrodynamic models of Zeta Ophiuchi,” S. Green et al., 2022, A&A, in press (arXiv:2203.06331)
  2. PION: Simulations of Wind-Blown Nebulae,” J. Mackey et al., 2022, Proceedings IAUS362, in press (arXiv:2203.04693)
  3. Modeling non-thermal emission from SN 1987A,” R. Brose et al., 2022, ICRC2021, PoS, 391, 918 (arxiv:2109.05784)
  4. PION: Simulating bow shocks and circumstellar nebulae,” J. Mackey et al., 2021, MNRAS, 504, 983 (arXiv:2103.07555, DAIR).
  5. Simulations of Magnetised Stellar-Wind Bubbles,” J. Mackey, S. Green & M. Moutzouri, 2020, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser., 1620, 012012.
  6. Thermal emission from bow shocks I: 2D Hydrodynamic Models of the Bubble Nebula“, S. Green, J. Mackey, T.J. Haworth, et al., 2019, A&A, 625, A4
  7. Supergiants and their shells in young globular clusters“, D. Szecsi, J. Mackey, N. Langer, 2018, A&A, 612, A55.
  8. IRAS 18153-1651: an H II region with a possible wind bubble blown by a young main-sequence B star“, V.V. Gvaramadze, J. Mackey, A.Y. Kniazev, et al., 2017, MNRAS, 466, pp. 1857-1867.
  9. Detecting stellar-wind bubbles through infrared arcs in HII regions“, J. Mackey, T.J. Haworth, V.V. Gvaramadze, et al., 2016, A&A, 586, A114.
  10. Cold gas in hot star clusters: the wind from the red supergiant W26 in Westerlund 1“, J. Mackey, N. Castro, L. Fossati, N. Langer, 2015, A&A, 582, A24.
  11. StarBench: The D-type expansion of an HII region“, T. Bisbas, T.J. Haworth, R.J.R. Williams, et al., 2015, MNRAS, 453, 1324-1343.
  12. Core Hydrogen Burning Red Supergiants in the Young Globular Clusters“, D. Sceczi et al., 2015, IAUGA, Meeting #29, id.2256932
  13. Wind bubbles within H II regions around slowly moving stars“, J. Mackey, V.V. Gvaramadze, S. Mohamed, N. Langer, 2015, A&A, 573, A10.
  14. Interacting supernovae from photoionization-confined shells around red supergiant stars“, J. Mackey, S. Mohamed, V.V. Gvaramadze, et al., 2014, Nature, 512, 282-285.
  15. Pressure-driven fragmentation of clouds at high redshift“, H. Dhanoa, J. Mackey & J. Yates, 2014, MNRAS, 444, 2085.
  16. Effects of stellar evolution and ionizing radiation on the environments of massive stars,” J. Mackey et al., 2014, ASTRA Proceedings, 1, 61 (arxiv:1407.8396)
  17. The Circumstellar Medium of Massive Stars in Motion,” J. Mackey et al., 2014, Publication Series of the John von Neumann Institute for Computing (NIC), 47, 77 (arXiv:1406.0878)
  18. Dynamics of H II regions around exiled O stars“, J. Mackey, N. Langer, V.V. Gvaramadze, 2013, MNRAS, 436, 859-880.
  19. Numerical models for the circumstellar medium around Betelgeuse,” J. Mackey et al., 2013, EAS Publications Series, 60 253 (arxiv:1303.2064)
  20. Effects of Strong Magnetic Fields on Photoionised Clouds,” J. Mackey & A.J. Lim, 2013, High Energy Density Physics, 9, 1-7.
  21. Radiation-MHD Simulations of Pillars and Globules in HII Regions“, J. Mackey, 2012, Proceedings of ASTRONUM2011, ASP Conference Series, 459, 106 (arxiv:1201.6240)
  22. Double bow shocks around young, runaway red supergiants: application to Betelgeuse“, J. Mackey, S. Mohamed, H.R. Neilson, et al., 2012, ApJ Letters, 751, L10
  23. Accuracy and efficiency of raytracing photoionisation algorithms“, J. Mackey, 2012, A&A, 539, A147
  24. Effects of magnetic fields on photoionized pillars and globules“, J. Mackey, A. J. Lim, 2011, MNRAS, 412, 2079-2094.
  25. Radiation-MHD models of elephant trunks and globules in HII regions“, J. Mackey & A.J. Lim, 2011, BSRL, 80, 391 (arXiv:1104.1073)
  26. Dynamical Models for the Formation of Elephant Trunks in H II Regions“, J. Mackey, A. J. Lim, 2010, MNRAS, 403, 714-730.