2023 - Research.com Physics in Germany Leader Award
Ralf S. Klessen mainly investigates Astrophysics, Star formation, Molecular cloud, Stars and Turbulence. His study connects Astronomy and Astrophysics. The various areas that he examines in his Star formation study include Gravitational collapse, Metallicity and Stellar evolution.
His Molecular cloud research integrates issues from Mass spectrum, Line, Magnetohydrodynamics, Spectral line and Radiative transfer. The concepts of his Stars study are interwoven with issues in Mass distribution, Physical cosmology, Magnetic field and Halo. His Turbulence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Solenoidal vector field, Mach number, Power law and Supersonic speed.
Astrophysics, Star formation, Molecular cloud, Stars and Astronomy are his primary areas of study. His Astrophysics study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Turbulence. His Turbulence research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Computational physics, Supersonic speed, Magnetic field and Mach number.
His Star formation study combines topics in areas such as Gravitational collapse, Metallicity and Star cluster. His research integrates issues of Line, Magnetohydrodynamics, Power law, Gravitation and Radiative transfer in his study of Molecular cloud. His Stars study incorporates themes from Halo, Supernova, Dark matter and Cluster.
His primary areas of study are Astrophysics, Star formation, Stars, Galaxy and Molecular cloud. His work in Interstellar medium, Milky Way, Star cluster, Line and Spiral galaxy is related to Astrophysics. Within one scientific family, Ralf S. Klessen focuses on topics pertaining to Stellar dynamics under Star formation, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Boundary.
His study focuses on the intersection of Stars and fields such as Halo with connections in the field of Dark matter. Ralf S. Klessen has included themes like Gravitation, Radiative transfer, Radiation pressure and Velocity dispersion in his Molecular cloud study. Ralf S. Klessen focuses mostly in the field of Radiative transfer, narrowing it down to matters related to Computational physics and, in some cases, Turbulence.
Ralf S. Klessen focuses on Astrophysics, Star formation, Stars, Galaxy and Molecular cloud. Ralf S. Klessen combines topics linked to Spectral line with his work on Astrophysics. His work carried out in the field of Star formation brings together such families of science as Line and Redshift, Reionization.
Ralf S. Klessen has researched Stars in several fields, including Dark Ages and Cluster. His Molecular cloud study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Large Magellanic Cloud, Nebula, Substructure, Line-of-sight and Radiative transfer. His study looks at the intersection of Star cluster and topics like Solar mass with Gravitation and Initial mass function.
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Control of star formation by supersonic turbulence
Mordecai-Mark Mac Low;Ralf S. Klessen.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2004)
Comparing the statistics of interstellar turbulence in simulations and observations - Solenoidal versus compressive turbulence forcing
Christoph Federrath;Christoph Federrath;Christoph Federrath;J Roman-Duval;J Roman-Duval;Ralf Klessen;Wolfgang Schmidt;Wolfgang Schmidt.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2010)
Kinetic Energy Decay Rates of Supersonic and Super-Alfvénic Turbulence in Star-Forming Clouds
Mordecai-Mark Mac Low;Ralf S. Klessen;Andreas Burkert;Michael D. Smith.
Physical Review Letters (1998)
The Star Formation Rate of Turbulent Magnetized Clouds: Comparing Theory, Simulations, and Observations
Christoph Federrath;Ralf S. Klessen.
The Astrophysical Journal (2012)
The Formation of Supermassive Black Holes in the First Galaxies
Dominik R. G. Schleicher;Robi Banerjee;Sharanya Sur;Simon C. O. Glover.
THE FIRST STARS AND GALAXIES: CHALLENGES FOR THE NEXT DECADE (2010)
Gravitational collapse in turbulent molecular clouds. I. gasdynamical turbulence
Ralf S. Klessen;Fabian Heitsch;Mordecai Mark Mac Low;Mordecai Mark Mac Low.
The Astrophysical Journal (2000)
The Density Probability Distribution in Compressible Isothermal Turbulence: Solenoidal versus Compressive Forcing
Christoph Federrath;Christoph Federrath;Ralf S. Klessen;Wolfram Schmidt.
The Astrophysical Journal (2008)
Molecular Cloud Evolution II. From cloud formation to the early stages of star formation in decaying conditions
E. Vazquez-Semadeni;G.C. Gomez;A. K. Jappsen;J. Ballesteros-Paredes.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2006)
SIMULATIONS ON A MOVING MESH: THE CLUSTERED FORMATION OF POPULATION III PROTOSTARS
Thomas H. Greif;Volker Springel;Volker Springel;Simon D. M. White;Simon C. O. Glover.
The Astrophysical Journal (2011)
MODELING COLLAPSE AND ACCRETION IN TURBULENT GAS CLOUDS: IMPLEMENTATION AND COMPARISON OF SINK PARTICLES IN AMR AND SPH
Christoph Federrath;Christoph Federrath;Robi Banerjee;Paul C. Clark;Ralf S. Klessen.
The Astrophysical Journal (2010)
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