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Proceedings of VI Microquasar Workshop: Microquasars and Beyond — PoS(MQW6)
After an X-ray binary experiences a transient jet ejection, it undergoes a phase in which its X-ray light curve is dominated, for some time, by thermal emission from an accretion disk surrounding the black hole. The accretion physics in the thermal-dominant state is understood better than in any other, and it is therefore the best state for comparing observations to theoretical models. Here, I present simulations that study the way a thermally-emitting disk might be expected to behavedoi:10.22323/1.033.0037 fatcat:usbdr4a3hrdivbz2mwaavh5xi4