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Paper: Energy Releases from Accreting Superdense Compact Objects in AGNs
Volume: 284, AGN Surveys, IAU Colloquium 184
Page: 371
Authors: Sadoyan, Avetis A.
Abstract: We consider an accreting central symmetric object that is near to Eddington limit, i.e. the luminosity pressure is balancing the gravity. In special cases, a layer of accreting matter will be formed near the surface of centrally symmetric object. We discuss the conditions of formation of the layer, its inner structure and stability. If the luminosity pressure will be reduced by some reasons then the layer will collapse immediately releasing an enormous quantity (up to 1042 erg/sec) of energy. We present the computer simulation of the model and discuss the impact of fully relativistic effects, X-ray and Gamma ray outbursts. We suggest the model as possible candidate of Central Engines in AGNs.
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