• We present MAIHEM: Models of Agitated and Illuminated Hindering and Emitting Media

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                  Mean Density

                  Mean density is in units of g cm -3; available range is 1e-28 ≤ density ≤ 1e-22


                  Turbulence is in units of km s -1; available range is 0 ≤ v ≤ 100


                  available range is 0 ≤ z ≤ 2


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                  The Code.

                  MAIHEM is built with FLASH (version 4.4) and tracks ionizations, recombinations, and species by species radiative cooling for hydrogen, helium, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, neon, sulfur, calcium, and iron. For more information on MAIHEM, see Turbulent Astrophysical Media I and Turbulent Astrophysical Media II.

                  Meet Our Team.

                  Evan Scannapieco

                  Associate Professor

                  Works in the Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration and worked on developing MAIHEM.

                  William Gray

                  Postdoctoral Fellow

                  Currently an Astrophysicist at the University of Michigan and worked on developing MAIHEM.

                  Edward Buie II

                  Graduate Student

                  A graduate student attending Arizona State University and is using MAIHEM to understand the role of turbulence in elemental abundances.

                  Get In Touch With Us.

                  Evan Scannapieco: evan.scannapieco@asu.edu

                  William Gray: willgray@umich.edu

                  Edward Buie II: ebuieii@asu.edu