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Title:
Grand Challenges in Protoplanetary Disc Modelling
Authors:
Haworth, Thomas J.; Ilee, John D.; Forgan, Duncan H.; Facchini, Stefano; Price, Daniel J.; Boneberg, Dominika M.; Booth, Richard A.; Clarke, Cathie J.; Gonzalez, Jean-François; Hutchison, Mark A.; Kamp, Inga; Laibe, Guillaume; Lyra, Wladimir; Meru, Farzana; Mohanty, Subhanjoy; Panic, Olja; Rice, Ken; Suzuki, Takeru; Teague, Richard; Walsh, Catherine; Woitke, Peter; Community authors
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Publication:
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, Volume 33, id.e053 22 pp. (PASA Homepage)
Publication Date:
10/2016
Origin:
CUP
Astronomy Keywords:
astrochemistry, magnetohydrodynamics (MHD), hydrodynamics, planetary systems: formation, protoplanetary disks, radiative transfer
Abstract Copyright:
2016: Astronomical Society of Australia
DOI:
10.1017/pasa.2016.45
Bibliographic Code:
2016PASA...33...53H

Abstract

The Protoplanetary Discussions conference-held in Edinburgh, UK, from 2016 March 7th-11th-included several open sessions led by participants. This paper reports on the discussions collectively concerned with the multi-physics modelling of protoplanetary discs, including the self-consistent calculation of gas and dust dynamics, radiative transfer, and chemistry. After a short introduction to each of these disciplines in isolation, we identify a series of burning questions and grand challenges associated with their continuing development and integration. We then discuss potential pathways towards solving these challenges, grouped by strategical, technical, and collaborative developments. This paper is not intended to be a review, but rather to motivate and direct future research and collaboration across typically distinct fields based on community-driven input, to encourage further progress in our understanding of circumstellar and protoplanetary discs.
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