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Conference paper or proceedingsLyra, WladimirThe discovery of gas in debris disks has raised the question of whether gas-dust interactions can observably affect global disk structure. This has important implications for identifying planets in debris disks, as well as probing dust grain compositi . . .
ArticleOn shocks driven by high-mass planets in radiatively inefficient disks. I. Two-dimensional global disk simulationsBoley, AaronRecent observations of gaps and non-axisymmetric features in the dust distributions of transition disks have been interpreted as evidence of embedded massive protoplanets. However, comparing the predictions of planet-disk interaction models to the obs . . .
ArticleThe interplay between radiation pressure and the photoelectric instability in optically thin disks of gas and dustLyra, WladimirPrevious theoretical works have shown that in optically thin disks, dust grains are photoelectrically stripped of electrons by starlight, heating nearby gas and possibly creating a dust clumping instability, the photoelectric instability (PeI), that s . . .
ArticleOn shocks driven by high-mass planets in radiatively inefficient disks. II. Three-dimensional global disk simulationsRichert, Alexander J.W.Recent high-resolution, near-infrared images of protoplanetary disks have shown that these disks often present spiral features. Spiral arms are among the structures predicted by models of disk-planet interaction and thus it is tempting to suspect that . . .