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simulation of three clusters combining to create a galaxy

Time = 120

Two clusters of 200 N Matter particles each are orbiting a third of 100 normal matter particles.The orbiting clusters are in a circular orbit at a radius of 20 units.

Note

        The simulation assumes a fixed anti-gravity matter field comprising a central anti-gravity matter hole radius 2 units and outside that an anti-gravity matter vortex such that orbital velocity of normal matter particles remains fairly constant over a wide range of radii.(see Simulation Introduction for further explanation)

        Normal matter particles feel a small drag force (proportional to the square of their velocity) except when they are following close behind another normal matter particle.

        In all images the left hand image is the top view and the right hand image is the side view.

 

Time = 898

Time = 1102

Time = 1269

Time =1583

Time =1912

 

Notes

  • Compare with NGC 1300

NGC 1300

Time = 2153

Time = 2350

Time = 2651

Time = 2808

Time = 2925

Time = 3084

Time = 3201

 

Notes

  • And again similar to NGC 1300

NGC 1300

 

Time = 3317

Time = 3743

Time = 3938

Time = 4168

Time = 4303

Time = 4534

Time = 5150

Time = 5256

Time = 5396

Time = 5564

Time = 5792

Time = 6027

Time = 7199

Time = 8004

Time = 10010

Time = 11001

Time = 12000

Time = 14000

Time = 16005

Time = 18024

Time = 20007

 

Notes

  • The movement of particles in the disk is approximately circular.Orbital velocity and speed are approximately the same.
  • Particles in the core are moving mostly along a radius.Their orbital velocity is low all the time but their speed increases as they fall towards and through the centre of the core, and reduces to nothing as they approach the edge of the core.

Time = 40003

 

Notes

  • The cluster still consists of two distinct populations of particles.The inner one is moving mainly along a radius and the outer one is orbiting.
  • Compare the simulated orbital velocity profile with the Andromeda orbital velocity profile.

Measured velocity

  • The inner edge of the simulationís orbital velocity hump is at a radius of about 2 units, which is also the radius of the coreís AGM Boundary.

 

 

Time = 60211

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