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    Title: 三維盤狀星系之結構與穩定;The Stability and Structure of Three DImensional Disk Galaxies
    Authors: 林憶輝;Yi-Hui Lin
    Contributors: 天文研究所
    Keywords: 銀河系;結構;穩定性;盤狀星系;旋渦星系;厚度;Disk Galaxies;Spiral Galaxies;Thickness;Stability;Structure;Milky Way
    Date: 2004-07-03
    Issue Date: 2009-09-22 10:10:47 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學圖書館
    Abstract: Abstract In this thesis we calculate the effect of finite disk thickness on the structure and stability of a differentially rotating three-dimensional disk galaxy with stars and gas on the basis of the self-consistent theory of density waves. In this theory, if the matter density is perturbed by some cause, then this initial density perturbation must necessarily generate induced gravitational potential perturbations via the governing three-dimensional Poission equation for the galactic disk with finite thickness whereas the induced gravitational potential response will in turn produce the induced matter density perturbations via the stellar dynamical Jean’s equations for the stars and the continuum fluid dynamical equations for the gas. If this induced matter density perturbation is equal to the initial input density perturbation in amplitude, then such density waves are said to be self-consistent. However, the induced matter density perturbations are computed from the two-dimensional stellar dynamical equations for the stars and the continuum fluid dynamical equations for the gas since it is generally believed that observed majestic sweep of spiral arms across the face of a galaxy is confined entirely in the galactic plane with zero thickness. In order to bring out the physical significance of the effect of finite thickness clearly we concentrate in this thesis on the axially symmetric modes with azimuthal symmetry. In this way we avoid the WKB approximation generally adopted for the spiral modes. In the limit of an infinitely thin disk, our result naturally reduces to Toomre’s criterion for a stellar disk and to Kalnajs’s result for a gaseous disk. In addition, the effect of finite disk thickness on the stability and spatial structure of genuine three dimensional spiral galaxies is investigated and application of our theory to the Milky Way Galaxy yields good results in general agreement with recent observations.
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