[Cosmo-torun] looking for hints on velocity distribution of electrons in relativistic jets

Boud Roukema boud w astro.uni.torun.pl
Pią, 12 Lis 2004, 15:53:51 CET

hi Bartek,
   You might want to try   cosmo-pl at cosmo.torun.pl  - the list hasn't
been used much, but there are many AGN people on it (mostly from CAMK Wawa),
and this is probably a good practical research question.  It's also a good
test for them. ;)

Of course, możesz pisać w (pl), i ewentualnie podpisać coś jak
"doktorant, CA-UMK" po "Bartek" żeby jest więcej szans mieć odpowiedź,
bo chyba (jeszcze ;) wszyscy nie Ci znają.


On Fri, 12 Nov 2004, Bartosz Lew wrote:

> Hi everybody,
> I'm interested if anybody has some quick nice references or ideas
> regarding - as in the subject - what the velocities in relativistic
> jets can be - what this can depend on from theoretical
> considerations/modelling?
> The bottom line is, can we have some constrainst on these velocities from
> models, or models and ovservations (if so - what observables are needed)
> and what this can depend on ?
> Is it very bad to assume that these can span from say some arbitrary
> value to one in \beta space with flat statistical distribution ?
> Can we have some hints on this distribution ?
> Motyl, I could use your help here ?
> I don't have time for getting through tons of papers.
> Bartek
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