Chi-kwan Chan
Chi-kwan Chan
Steward Observatory, University of Arizona
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First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. IV. Imaging the Central Supermassive Black Hole
K Akiyama, A Alberdi, W Alef, K Asada, R Azulay, AK Baczko, D Ball, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 875 (1), L4, 2019
190*2019
Angular momentum transport in accretion disks: scaling laws in MRI-driven turbulence
ME Pessah, C Chan, D Psaltis
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 668 (1), L51, 2007
1552007
The power of imaging: Constraining the plasma properties of GRMHD simulations using EHT observations of Sgr A
CK Chan, D Psaltis, F Özel, R Narayan, A Sa
The Astrophysical Journal 799 (1), 1, 2015
822015
A General Relativistic Null Hypothesis Test with Event Horizon Telescope Observations of the Black Hole Shadow in Sgr A
D Psaltis, F Özel, CK Chan, DP Marrone
The Astrophysical Journal 814 (2), 115, 2015
672015
The signature of the magnetorotational instability in the Reynolds and Maxwell stress tensors in accretion discs
ME Pessah, C Chan, D Psaltis
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 372 (1), 183-190, 2006
652006
First M87 Event Horizon Telescope results. V. Physical origin of the asymmetric ring
K Akiyama, A Alberdi, W Alef, K Asada, R Azulay, AK Baczko, D Ball, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 875 (1), L5, 2019
642019
Persistent asymmetric structure of Sagittarius A* on event horizon scales
VL Fish, MD Johnson, SS Doeleman, AE Broderick, D Psaltis, RS Lu, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 820 (2), 90, 2016
642016
GRay: a massively parallel GPU-based code for ray tracing in relativistic spacetimes
C Chan, D Psaltis, F Özel
The Astrophysical Journal 777 (1), 13, 2013
562013
Viscous, resistive magnetorotational modes
ME Pessah, C Chan
The Astrophysical Journal 684 (1), 498, 2008
532008
MHD Simulations of Accretion onto Sgr A*: Quiescent Fluctuations, Outbursts, and Quasiperiodicity
C Chan, S Liu, CL Fryer, D Psaltis, F Özel, G Rockefeller, F Melia
The Astrophysical Journal 701 (1), 521, 2009
522009
Local model for angular-momentum transport in accretion disks driven by the magnetorotational instability
ME Pessah, C Chan, D Psaltis
Physical review letters 97 (22), 221103, 2006
482006
The fundamental difference between shear alpha viscosity and turbulent magnetorotational stresses
ME Pessah, C Chan, D Psaltis
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 383 (2), 683-690, 2007
472007
The fundamental difference between shear alpha viscosity and turbulent magnetorotational stresses
ME Pessah, C Chan, D Psaltis
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 383 (2), 683-690, 2007
472007
Particle Acceleration and the Origin of X-ray Flares in GRMHD simulations of Sgr A
D Ball, F Özel, D Psaltis, C Chan
The Astrophysical Journal 826 (1), 77, 2016
462016
Fast variability and millimeter/IR flares in GRMHD models of Sgr A* from strong-field gravitational lensing
C Chan, D Psaltis, F Özel, L Medeiros, D Marrone, A Sadowski, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 812 (2), 103, 2015
442015
First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. II. Array and Instrumentation
K Akiyama, A Alberdi, W Alef, K Asada, R Azulay, AK Baczko, D Ball, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 875 (1), L2, 2019
412019
Bayesian techniques for comparing time-dependent GRMHD simulations to variable Event Horizon Telescope observations
J Kim, DP Marrone, CK Chan, L Medeiros, F Özel, D Psaltis
The Astrophysical Journal 832 (2), 156, 2016
272016
Dynamics of saturated energy condensation in two-dimensional turbulence
C Chan, D Mitra, A Brandenburg
Physical Review E 85 (3), 036315, 2012
212012
First M87 Event Horizon Telescope Results. III. Data Processing and Calibration
K Akiyama, A Alberdi, W Alef, K Asada, R Azulay, AK Baczko, D Ball, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 875 (1), L3, 2019
202019
The properties of reconnection current sheets in grmhd simulations of radiatively inefficient accretion flows
D Ball, F Özel, D Psaltis, CK Chan, L Sironi
The Astrophysical Journal 853 (2), 184, 2018
202018
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