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Alex Pandya
Alex Pandya
Postdoctoral Associate, Cornell University
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Polarized synchrotron emissivities and absorptivities for relativistic thermal, power-law, and kappa distribution functions
A Pandya, Z Zhang, M Chandra, CF Gammie
The Astrophysical Journal 822 (1), 34, 2016
842016
Numerical exploration of first-order relativistic hydrodynamics
A Pandya, F Pretorius
Physical Review D 104 (2), 023015, 2021
372021
Conservative finite volume scheme for first-order viscous relativistic hydrodynamics
A Pandya, ER Most, F Pretorius
Physical Review D 105 (12), 123001, 2022
252022
Updated Transfer Coefficients for Magnetized Plasmas
A Marszewski, BS Prather, AV Joshi, A Pandya, CF Gammie
The Astrophysical Journal 921 (1), 17, 2021
202021
Causal, stable first-order viscous relativistic hydrodynamics with ideal gas microphysics
A Pandya, ER Most, F Pretorius
Physical Review D 106 (12), 123036, 2022
132022
The rotating black hole interior: Insights from gravitational collapse in spacetime
A Pandya, F Pretorius
Physical Review D 101 (10), 104026, 2020
132020
Numerical evaluation of the relativistic magnetized plasma susceptibility tensor and faraday rotation coefficients
A Pandya, M Chandra, A Joshi, CF Gammie
The Astrophysical Journal 868 (1), 13, 2018
82018
Dynamics of a nonminimally coupled scalar field in asymptotically AdS 4 spacetime
A Pandya, JL Ripley
Classical and Quantum Gravity 39 (21), 215018, 2022
22022
Toward Astrophysics Applications of Causal, Stable Relativistic Dissipative Hydrodynamics
AA Pandya
Princeton University, 2023
12023
Modeling neutron stars using first-order viscous relativistic hydrodynamics
A Pandya, E Most, F Pretorius
APS April Meeting Abstracts 2023, T13. 007, 2023
2023
Conservative finite volume scheme for BDNK relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics
A Pandya, E Most, F Pretorius
APS April Meeting Abstracts 2022, T13. 006, 2022
2022
Numerical methods for relativistic dissipative fluids
A Pandya, F Pretorius
APS April Meeting Abstracts 2021, G16. 008, 2021
2021
The Rotating Black Hole Interior: Insights from Gravitational Collapse in (2+ 1) D
A Pandya, F Pretorius
Bulletin of the American Physical Society 65, 2020
2020
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