IAU Symposium Abstract S186-063P


ELLIPTICALS FORMATION: WHAT MODE HAS A HIGHEST INCREMENT ?


S.N.NURITDINOV
Tashkent State University, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, CIS < nurit@astro.gov.uz >


Our theoretical study of the stability problem of the non- linear non-equilibrium self-gravitating models shows that the physical result are essentially differing from the instability of corresponding equilibrium models. For example, in paper [1,2] we indicated the instability increments of the "egg-shaped" perturbations mode more than the increments of the elliptic mode. To study of the elliptic mode evolution on background of the [3] non-equilibrium collapsing model, at first, we constructed the series of analitical models of pulsating with arbitrary amplitude ( equal to 1-(2T/U)o, where (2T/U)o - the virial parameter for moment at t=0) of the collapsing rotating galaxies. (These models are the generalizations of Camm, Einstein and Freeman). Then we analyse a stability problem of the non-linear non-equilibrium models. The dependences of the instability increments on (2T/U)o for different values of the rotation parameter are found. They will be presented in the report. Besides, it will also be discussed the physical sence of this phenomenon.

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