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Inhibition of Wind-Compressed Disk Inhibition in Optically Thick Winds
Symposium - International astronomical union
There are three important effects in optically thin line-driven winds that have been shown to inhibit the equatorial compression inherent in the wind-compressed disk model:1)gravity darkening, whichconcentratesthe driving flux over the poles,2)stellar oblateness, whichrotates the fluxvectors poleward, and3)nonisotropic opacity, whichrotates the forcevectors poleward.The first two of these effects tend to yield fairly spherical winds, while the last one actually reverses the wind compression anddoi:10.1017/s0074180900196147 fatcat:4zsqtwlaqrdypequkyed73ksra