Joel E. Tohline

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Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, United States 
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Astronomy and Astrophysics
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Peter Herman Bodenheimer grad student 1978
 (Fragmentation of rotating protostellar clouds)
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Byerly ZD, Adelstein-Lelbach B, Tohline JE, et al. (2014) A hybrid advection scheme for conserving angular momentum on a refined Cartesian mesh Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series. 212
Marcello DC, Tohline JE. (2012) A numerical method for studying super-Eddington mass transfer in double white dwarf binaries Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series. 199
Staff JE, Menon A, Herwig F, et al. (2012) Do r coronae borealis stars form from double white dwarf mergers? Astrophysical Journal. 757
Crochet MW, Gonthier KA, Tohline JE. (2012) Application of a generalized multiphase Riemann solver to a finite-volume method with nozzling sources Aip Conference Proceedings. 1426: 1471-1474
Koop D, Santos E, Mates P, et al. (2011) A provenance-based infrastructure to support the life cycle of executable papers Procedia Computer Science. 4: 648-657
Tohline JE, Santos E. (2010) Visualizing a journal that serves the computational sciences community Computing in Science and Engineering. 12: 78-81
Call JM, Tohline JE, Lehner L. (2010) A generalized advection formalism for relativistic fluid simulations Classical and Quantum Gravity. 27
Tohline JE, Ge J, Even W, et al. (2009) A customized python module for cfd flow analysis within vistrails Computing in Science and Engineering. 11: 68-73
Even W, Tohline JE. (2009) Constructing synchronously rotating double white dwarf binaries Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series. 184: 248-263
Anderson M, Hirschmann EW, Lehner L, et al. (2008) Magnetized neutron-star mergers and gravitational-wave signals. Physical Review Letters. 100: 191101
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