Heating versus Cooling in Galaxies and Clusters of Galaxies: Proceedings of the MPA/ESO/MPE/USM Joint Astronomy Conference held in Garching, Germany, 6-11 August 2006 / Edition 1

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Overview

This volume documents recent developments that have advanced our understanding of the heating and cooling mechanisms in galaxies and galaxy clusters. Chapters detail results from multi-wavelength observations and advances in numerical hydrodynamical simulations. An additional section covers new research findings on feedback and self-regulatory mechanisms during cosmic structure formation in general and in galaxy formation in particular.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642092572
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 11/23/2010
  • Series: ESO Astrophysics Symposia Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2007
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 445
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.95 (d)

Table of Contents

Observations of Cooling Cores.- to Cluster Cooling Cores.- Star Formation and Feedback in Cooling Flows.- Cold Gas in Cluster Cores.- Statistics of X-ray Observables of Cooling Core and Non-cooling Core Clusters of Galaxies.- Cold Fronts in Cool Core Clusters.- Core structure of Intracluster Gas: Effects of Radiative Cooling on Core Sizes.- Investigating the Central Regions of the HIFLUGCS Clusters with Chandra.- Investigating Heating and Cooling within a Sample of Distant Clusters.- Lack of Cooling Flow Clusters at z > 0.5.- The XDCP Prospects of Finding Cooling Core Clusters at Large Lookback Times.- An XMM-Newton View of Three Clusters of Galaxies.- Exploring Massive Galaxy Clusters: XMM-Newton observations of two morphology unbiased samples at z— 0.2 and z— 0.3.- AGN-ICM Interaction in Cool Cores.- Heating and Cooling in the Perseus Cluster Core.- Hard X-ray emission from the core of the Perseus cluster and the thermal content of the radio bubbles.- Outbursts from Supermassive Black Holes: Shocks, Bubbles, and Filaments Around M87.- The Gaseous Atmosphere of M87 seen with XMM-Newton.- The XMM-Newton View of MS0735+7421: the Most Energetic AGN Outburst in a Galaxy Cluster.- Shock Heating by Nearby AGN.- Radio Source Heating in the ICM: The Example of Cygnus A.- A Deep Chandra Observation of A2052.- Chandra and XMM-Newton Observations of the Group of Galaxies HCG 62.- Radio Properties of Cavities in the ICM: Imprints of AGN Activity.- The Growth of Black Holes and Bulges at the Cores of Cooling Flows.- Tracing Ghost Cavities with Low Frequency Radio Observations.- High Sensitivity Low Frequency Radio Observations of cD Galaxies.- Radio Galaxies in Cooling Cores: Insights from a Complete Sample.- Supernova Feedback in Groups and Low-Mass Clusters of Galaxies.- Cooling Cores in Elliptical Galaxies.- Cooling and Feedback in Galaxies and Groups.- Morphological Signatures of AGN Feedback in the Hot Interstellar Medium of Normal Elliptical Galaxies.- Thermal Structure of the Hot ISM in Normal Ellipticals: Evidence for Local and Distributed AGN Heating.- Radio-Loud AGN Heating in Elliptical Galaxies and Clusters.- “Radio–active” Brightest Cluster Galaxies.- Modelling the AGN-ICM Interaction.- Review of heating mechanisms in clusters of galaxies.- Simulating the AGN-ICM Interaction.- Simulations of Jets in Dynamic Galaxy Cluster Atmospheres.- Can AGN and Radio Sources Reheat the Intracluster Medium?.- AGN Heating Through Cavities and Shocks.- The Difficulty of the Heating of Cluster Cooling Flows by Sound Waves and Weak Shocks.- The Lifecycle of Powerful AGN Outflows.- MHD Simulations of Clusters of Galaxies Including Radiative Cooling.- Quantifying “Feedback” in Cool Core and Non-Cool Core Clusters.- Buoyant Bubbles in the Virgo Cluster.- The Role of AGN Feedback and Gas Viscosity in Hydrodynamical Simulations of Galaxy Clusters.- Cold Feedback in Cooling–Flow Galaxy Clusters.- AGN Heating of Cooling Flow Clusters: Problems with 3D Hydrodynamic Models.- Heating Rate Profiles in Galaxy Clusters.- Entropy Structure.- Heating, Cooling, and Intracluster Entropy.- Entropy Generation in Merging Galaxy Clusters.- Entropy Profiles of Relaxed Galaxy Groups.- Observational Constraints on the ICM Temperature Enhancement by Cluster Mergers.- Effects of AGN and Mergers on the Cores of Galaxy Groups.- Chemical Abundances in Cool Cores.- Helium and Iron in X-ray Galaxy Clusters.- Tracing the Evolution in the Iron Content of the ICM.- Chemical Gradients in Galaxy Clusters and the Multiple Ways of Making a Cold Front.- Shastic Gas motions in Galaxy Clusters.- Carbon and Nitrogen in the X-ray Emitting Hot Gas of M 87.- Optical and Sub-mm Observations of Cool Cores.- IFU Observations of H? in Brightest Central Galaxies of Cooling Flow Clusters.- Ionized Gas in Cluster Cores.- Observing the Cold Molecular Gas in Cooling Flow Clusters.- Formation of Cold Molecular Filaments in Cooling Flow Flusters.- Hyperfine Structure Radio Lines from Hot Gas in Elliptical Galaxies and Groups of Galaxies.- Numerical Simulations and Cosmological Applications.- Heating, Cooling and Enrichment in Clusters with Hydrodynamical Himulations.- Beyond the Cool Core: The Formation of Cool Core Galaxy Clusters.- AMR Simulations of the Cosmological Light Cone: SZE Surveys of the Synthetic Universe.- Modeling Chandra X-ray Observations of Galaxy Clusters using Cosmological Simulations.- Observing Metallicity in Simulated Clusters with X-MAS2.- N-body + Hydrodynamical Simulations of Merging Clusters of Galaxies: Comparison with 1E 0657-56.- Cosmological Structure Formation Shocks and Cosmic Rays in Hydrodynamical Simulations.- Determination of Cosmological Parameters using XMM-Newton Observations of the HIFLUGCS Cluster Sample.- Complex Physics in Cluster Cores: Showstopper for the Use of Clusters for Cosmology?.- Suzaku Observations.- New Results with the XIS Onboard Suzaku.- Suzaku Observations of A2218.- A Suzaku Observation of the Cluster of Galaxies A1060.- Initial Results from Suzaku Hard X-ray Observations of Abell 3376.- Heating vs. Cooling in Galaxy Formation.- A New Chemodynamical Tool to Study the Evolution of Galaxies in the Local Universe: a Quick and Accurate Numerical Technique to Compute the Gas Cooling Rate for any Chemical Composition.- A Heating Model for the Millennium Gas Run.- Powerful Radio Galaxies at z=2-3: Signposts of AGN Feedback in the Early Universe.- 2dF–SDSS LRG and QSO (2SLAQ) Survey: Evolution of the Most Massive Galaxies.- Conference Summary.- Heating vs. Cooling 2006: Conference Summary.

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