By Christian Fromm
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3 2D distribution of the logarithm of the rest mass density from a RHD simulation of an over-pressured jet. Top over-pressured jet in decreasing ambient medium; Bottom over-pressured jet in constant ambient medium Fig. 4 Variation of the intrinsic parameters along the jet axis for an over-pressured jet. The black lines correspond to a model with decreasing ambient medium and the red lines to a model with constant ambient medium. 1 Relativistic Hydrodynamics 17 Fig. , Hardee et al. 1996; Perucho 2012) The most relevant instability in case of relativistic jets are K-H instability, which grow between two flows with nonvanishing relative velocity at the transition layer between the jet and the ambient medium.
The development of K-H instability can be explained by the Bernoulli effect. The relative difference in the velocities at the contact surface leads to a drop in the transversal pressure forcing the fluid to increase its transversal velocity. Thus the fluid propagates into other medium, from the jet into ambient medium and vice versa (indicated by b and c in Fig. 5). The continuation of this effect leads to a displacement of the fluid and to the mass loading of the jet with material from the ambient medium (see d and e in Fig.
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Spectral Evolution in Blazars: The Case of CTA 102 by Christian Fromm