Neutrinos from 3D Models of Core-Collapse Supernovae

The papers using the state-of-the-art supernova simulation code Fornax from which the neutrino signal data provided on this webpage are A Successful 3D Core-Collapse Supernova Explosion Model by David Vartanyan, Adam Burrows, David Radice, M. Aaron Skinner & Josh Dolence, Three-Dimensional Supernova Explosion Simulations of 9-, 10-, 11-, 12-, and 13-M$_{\odot}$ Stars by Adam Burrows, David Radice, & David Vartanyan, Temporal and Angular Variations of 3D Core-Collapse Supernova Emissions and their Physical Correlations by David Vartanyan, Adam Burrows, & David Radice, Towards an Understanding of the Resolution Dependence of Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations by Hiroki Nagakura, Adam Burrows, David Radice, & David Vartanyan, and "The Overarching Framework of Core-Collapse Supernova Explosions as Revealed by 3D Fornax Simulations" by Adam Burrows, David Radice, David Vartanyan, Hiroki Nagakura, M. Aaron Skinner, & Joshua C. Dolence.

Below are the solid-angle-integrated luminosity spectra versus time for each neutrino species (electron-type, anti-electron-type, and mus and taus [and their anti-particles] bundled together). These files don;t include the shock breakout phase, but start 10 milliseconds after bounce (but see below). We also provide the coefficients on the spherical harmonic angular decomposition from which one can construct the angular distribution of the neutrino emissions, which are not spherically distributed in 3D models ( see Vartanyan et al. 2019b ). All these data are provided for a range of progenitor masses. A description of the file formats and how to read them to derive either the angle-integrated neutrino luminosity spectra, energy- and angle-integrated total luminosities, or the more-detailed neutrino luminosity spectra as a function of direction is given in README_ALL.pdf. A useful python script is also provided and explained in README_ALL.pdf.

Tarballs of the lum_spec_XM_inuX.dat and lum_XM_inuX.dat luminosity files:

All the lum_spec_XM_inuX.dat files (see README)

All the lum_XM_inuX.dat files (see README)

The HD5 Files (see python script and README_ALL.pdf on how to use these):

lum_spec_9M.h5: 9 solar masses

lum_spec_10M.h5: 10 solar masses

lum_spec_11M_r250.h5: 11 solar masses

lum_spec_12M.h5: 12 solar masses

lum_spec_13M.h5: 13 solar masses

lum_spec_14M.h5: 14 solar masses

lum_spec_15M.h5: 15 solar masses

lum_spec_16M_r250.h5: 15 solar masses

lum_spec_19M.h5: 19 solar masses

lum_spec_25M.h5: 25 solar masses

lum_spec_60M.h5: 60 solar masses

NEW: Breakout included -----

We also include in directory Angavedata_forPublic angle-integrated and energy-integrated energy and number luminosities for each species, along with average neutrino energies, as a function of time from bounce (t=0). These data, unlike those above, include the *breakout phase* of the neutrino burst. In addition, the angle-integrated luminosity *spectra* are provided, including the breakout from t=0. How to read this set of files is explained in a file README_SPH.pdf and a useful python script is also provided .

Results using 1D and 2D model neutrino spectra, convolved with underground detector characteristics to derive signal rates for a galactic CCSN event (including neutrino oscillation models), can be found in Shaquann Seadrow, Adam Burrows, David Vartanyan, David Radice, & M. Aaron Skinner.