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The dynamical mechanism of jets for AGN

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  • The black hole core of a galaxy attracts a large amounts of gases around it, forming an active galactic nucleus (AGN). An AGN emits huge quantities of energy, leading to AGN jets. In 16, Ma and Wang established a model governing the AGN, in which they obtain the driving force of AGN jets. In this paper, we generalize their model to couple magnetic fields describing the AGN plasma, and derive the huge explosive electromagnetic energy as proposed in (1.13) of 16.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 35Q75, 35Q85; Secondary: 76W05, 85A05.

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