The SXS Collaboration catalog of binary black hole simulations

9 Apr 2019Michael BoyleDaniel HembergerDante A. B. IozzoGeoffrey LovelaceSerguei OssokineHarald P. PfeifferMark A. ScheelLeo C. SteinCharles J. WoodfordAaron B. ZimmermanNousha AfshariKevin BarkettJonathan BlackmanKaterina ChatziioannouTony ChuNicholas DemosNils DeppeScott E. FieldNils L. FischerEvan FoleyHeather FongAlyssa GarciaMatthew GieslerFrancois HebertIan HinderReza KatebiHaroon KhanLawrence E. KidderPrayush KumarKevin KuperHalston LimMaria OkounkovaTeresita RamirezSamuel RodriguezHannes R. RüterPatricia SchmidtBela SzilagyiSaul A. TeukolskyVijay VarmaMarissa Walker

Accurate models of gravitational waves from merging black holes are necessary for detectors to observe as many events as possible while extracting the maximum science. Near the time of merger, the gravitational waves from merging black holes can be computed only using numerical relativity... (read more)

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