[Users] Physical significance

Nisa Amir nisaamir at math.qau.edu.pk
Mon Jan 22 17:16:20 CST 2018

Thanks for the clarification.

On 22 Jan 2018 11:44 pm, "Roland Haas" <roland.haas at physics.gatech.edu>

> Hello Nisa,
> > I want to ask that if we compute any space-time in EinsteinExact
> > arrangement in initial data form where we can can use this initial data
> > set? what is the physical significance of this thorn arrangement.
> > Your help will be highly appreciated.
> You can use the initial data provided by the thorns in EinsteinExact
> with any spacetime evolution thorn compatible with the Einstein Toolkit
> eg the McLachlan throrn that is part of the Einstein Toolkit.
> They can also be used as a background metric for eg a test-field
> evolution code (either a hydrodynamics simulation using GRHydro or
> IllinoisGRMHD) or a more exotic field for example using the proca field
> evolution thorn that has recently been proposed for inclusion in the
> Einstein Toolkit.
> What particular application would you have in mind?
> Yours,
> Roland
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