利用者:Tsune

出典: Astrophys. Lab., Kyushu Univ.

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Name: Dr Tsuneo NODA

(Moved to Kurume Institute of Technology)

Date of Birth: 11th Sept. 1977

Hobby: tea, motor sports, travelling, car...

Educational History

  • Setaka Municipal Oe Elementally School
  • Setaka Municipal Setaka Junior High School
  • Fukuoka Prefectural Denshukan High School
  • Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Yamaguchi University
  • Department of Fundamental Physics, Graduate School of Science, Kyushu University

Study

  • Cooling of Compact Objects
    • Neutron Stars with Pion Core
    • Quark-Hadron Hybrid Stars
    • Quark-Hadron Hybrid Stars with Mixed Phase
  • Thermal Evolution of Binaries with Compact Objects
    • X-ray Burst in LMXBs
    • X-ray Burst on Hybrid Stars???

What are Quark-Hadron Hybrid Stars?

Quark Hadron Hybrid Stars (HS) are a sort of compact objects, built with small quark core at the centre. The biggest differences between HS and ordinal quark stars (QS) are the existence of crust made by hadronic matter.

HS are more likely to exist than quark stars, because the central densities are just above them of neutron stars (NS). HS and NS can co-exist with a single equation of state (EoS). In QS case, the EoS should be strongly softened, and cannot support the mass of observed NSs (\sim 1.4 M_\odot)

Considering cooling processes, even the existence of HS is not 100% safe, but it strongly depends on the EoS.

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