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Paper: CDM Models with Supernovae Heating
Volume: 176, Observational Cosmology: The Development of Galaxy Systems
Page: 152
Authors: Gheller, Claudio
Abstract: We present the results of a series of simulations which have the object of study the influence of supernovae winds on the evolution of the baryonic component in Standard CDM models. In particular we have focused on the properties of galaxy clusters, finding that the energy injection from supernovae explosions in the intercluster medium can affect the cluster structure, in particular the baryonic matter distribution. This leads to lower X--ray luminosities, and steeper L--T curves, closer to the observational data.
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