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We address a new set of models for the spectral analysis of the X-ray emission from young, ejecta-dominated Type Ia supernova remnants. These models are based on hydrodynamic simulations of the interaction between Type Ia supernova explosion models and the surrounding ambient medium, coupled to self-consistent ionization and electron heating calculations in the shocked supernova ejecta, and the generation of synthetic spectra with an appropriate spectral code. The details are provided elsewhere, but in this paper we concentrate on a specific class of Type Ia explosion models (delayed detonations), commenting on the differences that arise between their synthetic X-ray spectra under a variety of conditions.
CitationBadenes, C.; Bravo, E.; Borkowski, K. A model grid for the spectral analysis of X-ray emission in young Type Ia supernova remnants. "Advances in space research", Agost 2005, vol. 35, núm. 6, p. 987-990.
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