Particle acceleration at the discontinuous flow boundary of collimated cylindrical jets
S. O'Sullivan*, A. Taylor and B. Reville
July 08, 2021
March 18, 2022
We revisit the issue of particle acceleration at the interface between a collimated laminar jet and a static ambient medium. The contrast between standard diffusive scattering treatments and anomalous transport in synthetic field constructions is explored. A particular emphasis is placed on the necessity for physically consistent particle transport considerations. The temporal, spatial and spectral features of the process are discussed, in the context of potential UHECR production, as well as further observational consequences.
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