Re: little h and vacum simulations

From: Yves Revaz <Yves.Revaz_at_obs.unige.ch>
Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2005 09:05:42 +0100

In the case of an isolated galaxy, you usually do not use the comoving
integration
(ComovingIntegrationOn=0).
In this case, h is simply set to 1.
Cheers.


Pedro Colin wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I am running an isolated model galaxy composed of a halo plus a disk using
>Gadget. I am using the units described in the Gadget manual, namely,
>UnitLength_in_cm 3.085678e21, UnitMass_in_g 1.989e43, etc. The manual
>says that the above choice sets the length unit to 1.0 kpc/h, etc., but
>what does h mean in this context?
>
>Best regards,
>
>Pedro Colin
>
>
>
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