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Black holes and galactic density cusps III from black hole to bulge

AutorLe Delliou, Morgan ; Henriksen, Richard N.; Macmillan, Joseph D.
Palabras claveTheory-dark
Matter-galaxies
Haloes-galaxies
Nuclei-black
Hole physics-gravitation
Fecha de publicación8-feb-2010
ResumenAims: In this paper we continue our study of density cusps that may contain central black holes.
Methods: We recall our attempts to use distribution functions with a memory of self-similar relaxation, but mostly they apply only in restricted regions of the global system. We are forced to consider related distribution functions that are steady but not self-similar.
Results: One remarkably simple distribution function that has a filled loss cone describes a bulge that transits from a near black hole domain to an outer ?zero flux' regime where$\rho\propto r^{-7/4}$. The transition passes from an initial inverse square profile through a region having a 1/r density profile. The structure is likely to be developed at an early stage in the growth of a galaxy. A central black hole is shown to grow exponentially in this background with an e-folding time of a few million years.
Conclusions: We derive our results from first principles, using only the angular momentum integral in spherical symmetry. The initial relaxation probably requires bar instabilities and clump-clump interactions.
Descripción6 pages, 2 figures.-- En: Astronomy & Astrophysics manuscript no. AA_2009_13649v1 Dec 8, 2009.
Versión del editorhttp://arxiv.org/abs/0911.2238
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/20813
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