Journal Publications

  • 19. Ryu, T., Perna, R., Wang, Y., Close Encounters of Stars with Stellar-mass Black Hole Binaries, submitted to MNRAS, 2022, arXiv:2206.00603 View Article

  • 18. Ryu, T., Trani, A. A, Leigh, N. W. C., Tidal Disruption Events by Compact Supermassive Black Hole Binaries, accepted for publication in MNRAS, 2022, arXiv:2202.07668 View Article

  • 17. McKernan, B., Ford, K. E. S., Cantiello, M., Graham, M. J., Fermyn, A. S., Leigh, N. W. C., Ryu, T.,  Stern, D., Starfall: A heavy rain of stars in ‘turning on’ AGN, MNRAS, 514, 3 (2022), arXiv:2110.03741 View Article

  • 16. T. Ryu, J. Krolik, T. PiranThe Impact of Shocks on the Vertical Structure of Eccentric Disks, ApJ 920, 130 (2021), arXiv:2015.09434 View Article

  • 15. T. Ryu, J. Krolik, T. Piran, Measuring stellar and black hole masses of tidal disruption events, ApJ, 904.1, 73 (2020), arXiv:2007.13765 View Article

  • 14. T. Ryu, J. Krolik, T. Piran, S. Noble, Tidal disruptions of main sequence stars – I. Observable Quantities and their Dependence on Stellar and Black Hole Mass, ApJ, 904.2, 98 (2020), arXiv: 2001.03501 View Article

  • 13. T. Ryu, J. Krolik, T. Piran, S. Noble, Tidal disruptions of main sequence stars – II. Simulation methodology and stellar mass dependence of the character of full tidal disruptions, ApJ, 904.2, 99 (2020), arXiv: 2001.03502 View Article

  • 12. T. Ryu, J. Krolik, T. Piran, S. Noble, Tidal disruptions of main sequence stars – III. Stellar mass dependence of the character of partial disruptions, ApJ, 904.2, 100 (2020), arXiv: 2001.03503 View Article

  • 11. T. Ryu, J. Krolik, T. Piran, S. Noble., Tidal disruptions of main sequence stars – IV. Relativistic effects and dependence on black hole mass, ApJ, 904.2, 101 (2020), arXiv: 2001.03504 View Article

  • 10. J. Krolik, T. Piran, T. Ryu, Tidal disruptions of main sequence stars – V. The Varieties of Disruptions, ApJ, 904.1, 68 (2020), arXiv: 2001.03234 View Article

  • 9. T. Ryu, M. Zingale, R. Perna, Turbulence-driven thermal and kinetic energy fluxes in the atmospheres of hot Jupiters, MNRAS, (2018) 481.5517 ; arXiv:1806.07890 View Article

  • 8. T. Ibragimov, N. Leigh, T. Ryu, T. Panurach, R. Perna, When do star clusters become multiple star systems? II. Towards a half-life formalism with four bodies, MNRAS,  (2018) 477.4213 ; arXiv : 1803.05444. View Article

  • 7. T. Ryu, R. Perna, Z. Haiman, J. Ostriker, N. Stone, Interactions between multiple supermassive black holes in galactic nuclei: a solution to the final parsec problem, MNRAS (2018) 473.3410 ; arXiv : 1709.06501. View Article

  • 6. T. Ryu, N. Leigh, R. Perna, An analytic method for identifying dynamically-formed runaway stars, MNRAS, (2017)  470.2 ; arXiv : 1703.08538. View Article

  • 5. T. Ryu, N. Leigh, R. Perna, Formation of runaway stars in a star-cluster potential, MNRAS, (2017) 470.3049 ; arXiv : 1703.08551. View Article

  • 4. K. Belczynski, T. Ryu, R. Perna, E. Berti, T. L.Tanaka, T. Bulik, On the likelihood of detecting gravitational waves from Population III compact object binaries, MNRAS, (2017) 471.4702 ; arXiv : 1612.01524. View Article

  • 3. T. Ryu, N. Leigh, R. Perna, Numerical study of the chaotic N = 4 problem in a background potential, MNRAS, (2017) 467.4447 ; arXiv : 1611.09358. View Article

  • 2. T. Ryu, T. Tanaka, R. Perna, Z. Haiman, Intermediate-mass black holes from Population III remnants in the first galactic nuclei, MNRAS, (2016) 460, 4122 ; arXiv : 1603.08513. View Article

  • 1. T. Ryu, T. Tanaka, R. Perna, Formation, disruption and energy output of Population III X-ray binaries, MNRAS, (2016) 456, 223  ; arXiv : 1509.05427. View Article

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