Left panel: outflow kinetic power as a function of the star formation rate in the host galaxy (computed, when possible, in a region similar to that where the outflow has been detected). The dashed line is the expectation of a SN-driven wind, by assuming 0.0066 SNe per solar mass of newly formed star (Salpeter IMF) a total luminosity for each SN of 1051 erg/s and an efficiency of releasing this luminosity in the ISM to drive a shock of 10%. The solid red line is the expected SFR obtained using the Netzer (2009) relationship between SFR and AGN bolometric luminosity and assuming the average Ėkin/Lbol = 0.025 found for molecular winds in Fig. 1. Right panel: AGN bolometric luminosity as a function of the host galaxy star formation rate. The red, magenta and cyan lines in the right panel are the expected relations based on the SFR−Lbol correlations by Netzer (2009), Hickox et al. (2014; z = 0) and Hickox et al. (2014, z = 2), respectively. Symbols as in Fig. 1.
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