By Ivanova, NataliaBy Justham, Dr StephenBy Ricker, Professor Paul
Common Envelope Evolution (CEE) is the most important phase in lives of many significant classes of binary stars. It is responsible for the formation of numerous types of close binary stars of topical relevance across astrophysics. The theory of the common envelope event has dram...atically advanced in recent years, partly due to new numerical simulations and partly to better appreciation and understanding of the observational signatures. This book provides a wide but coherent and easily-accessible detailed knowledge of this new level of understanding of CEE to the broad range of astrophysics for whom this process is important: i.e., to those who are not specialists in the CEE theory itself, but whose studies will be affected. It also serves as an introductory text for any graduate students and postdoctoral scholars who are moving into the study of this important process.Read more
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