Characteristic data for the toy core-collapse model.
|N||Δr1||a − 1||t b||ρ b||ρ f|
|[m]||[ ms ]||[ 1014g / cm3 ]||[ 1014g / cm3 ]|
|128||2000||2.292 × 10-2||91.27||91.79||3.52||3.66||0.28||2.91|
|256||1000||1.136 × 10-2||91.28||91.39||3.61||3.64||3.07||2.82|
|512||500||5.659 × 10-3||91.25||91.28||3.64||3.63||2.92||2.81|
|1024||250||2.656 × 10-3||91.19||91.25||3.60||3.65||2.83||2.82|
|8192||25||3.901 × 10-4||91.18||91.18||3.60||3.60||2.82||2.82|
Notes. N is the resolution, Δr1 the size of the first grid cell and a the grid scaling parameter for the logarithmic grid. tb is the bounce time, ρb the bounce density and ρf the final central density for the standard (left) and well-balanced scheme (right), respectively.
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