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  <li>[[User:Tohline/SSC/Stability/InstabilityOnsetOverview#Marginally_Unstable_Pressure-Truncated_Gas_Clouds|Equilibrium Sequence Turning Points]]:&nbsp; As the abstract of this hypertext-enhanced chapter highlights, we have proven analytically that a turning point along the equilibrium sequence of pressure-truncated (spherical) polytropes is precisely associated with the onset of a ''dynamical'' instability.  This has generally been expected/assumed, but as far as we have been able to determine, it has not previously been proven analytically.
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For Richard H. Durisen

Whitworth's (1981) Isothermal Free-Energy Surface
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  • Tiled Menu:  Most tiles presented on this menu page contain a short title that is linked to a hypertext-enhanced chapter in which a technical discussion of the identified topic is discussed.
  • Ramblings:  This appendix contains a long list of additional (mostly technical) topics that have been explored, to date — topics that are related to, but usually are not highlighted as a tile, on the primary menu page.


  • Equilibrium Sequence Turning Points:  As the abstract of this hypertext-enhanced chapter highlights, we have proven analytically that a turning point along the equilibrium sequence of pressure-truncated (spherical) polytropes is precisely associated with the onset of a dynamical instability. This has generally been expected/assumed, but as far as we have been able to determine, it has not previously been proven analytically.


Whitworth's (1981) Isothermal Free-Energy Surface

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