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International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bangalore 560012, India.

(Dated: February 17, 2014)

Below we list a set of problems (elementary level) related to modelling of inspiralling compact binaries (binary systems with

neutron star and/or BHs as components) as a warm-up exercise for those who would like to do a project in analytical modelling

of GW sources. Although, most of the problems listed below can be done by hand up to a large extent, we suggest you to write

Mathematica codes for solving them which will be useful while you would be working on the project this summer.

Energy loss from inspiralling compact binary systems: According to the General Relativity (GR) binary systems spiral

inwards due to radiation reaction effects, as they lose energy and angular momentum in the form of outgoing gravitational

waves (GWs). The leading order contribution to the energy loss is quadrupolar in nature and was first computed by

Einstein (known as Quadrupole Formula for energy loss). Peters and Mathews [1] first obtained the energy loss formula

for two point particles moving in Keplerian orbit and is given by Eq. (15) of Ref. [1]. Further, average rate at which

the system was loosing energy was obtained by averaging Eq. (15) over the orbit of elliptical motion and the result was

combined given as Eq. (16)-(17).

1. We would like you to reproduce Eq. (15)-(17) of Ref. [1] following the method presented there.

2. Plot the enhancement function as a function of eccentricity of the system given by Eq. (17).

Secular evolution of orbital elements: Peters [2] computed the rate at which orbital parameters of the binary change (for

semi-major axis (a) and eccentricity (e) of the binary) based on the energy and orbital angular momentum losses and the

corresponding expressions were given by Eq. (5.6) and (5.7). Next, these two differential equations were used to obtain

variation of the semi-major axis (a) as a function of the eccentricity (e) of the system and the result is given by Eq. (5.11)

there.

1. We would like you to reproduce Eq. (5.6) and (5.7) given there using the formulae presented in Sec. V of that paper.

2. Further, using these two equation reproduce Eq. (5.11) of the same paper which gives variation of the semi-major

axis (a) as a function of eccentricity (e).

3. Use Eq. (5.11) to reproduce the Fig. (1) of the paper.

4. Starting From Eq. (5.11) find expressions for a-e relation in the limit when e 0, and e 1.

Loss of linear momentum from ICBs and estimates of recoil velocities: In addition to the fact that gravitational waves

carry energy and angular momentum of the source, they also can carry linear momentum if source has some sort of

asymmetry such as the one associated with mass (binary composed of components with different masses). Mishra, Arun

and Iyer [3] computed the loss rate of linear momentum from ICBs moving in circular orbits during the inspiral phase of

binarys evolution and the expression is given by Eq. (3.23) of [3]. This was further used to compute the recoil velocity

accumulated during the inspiral phase and the related analytical expression is given by Eq. (4.6) of [3].

1. We would like you to reproduce Eq. (4.6) of Ref. [3] starting from Eq. (3.23) there.

2. Plot numerical value of recoil velocity as a function of the parameter appearing there (a plot similar to the one

shown in Fig. 1 of the same work). Here is a dimensionless mass parameter and takes values in the range [0, 0.25].

Choose x = 1/6 when plotting the result.

Note: In case, you have difficulties retrieving the references mentioned above, please write to chandra@icts.res.in and we

shall share the soft copy of the reference with you. Although, all the inputs you would require for the above exercise are there in

respective reference, in case you feel some of the desired inputs are missing then write to the same email address and we would

Electronic address: ajith@icts.res.in

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help you in that context. Finally, we would like you to have your solutions in the form of the Mathematica notebooks. Figures

can be displayed in the Mathematica notebooks only.

[1] P. Peters and J. Mathews, Gravitational Radiation from Point Masses in a Keplerian Orbit, Phys. Rev. 131, 435 (1963) PM63.

[2] P. Peters, Gravitational Radiation and the Motion of Two Point Masses, Phys. Rev. 136, B1224 (1964) Pe64.

[3] C. K. Mishra, K. G. Arun and B. R. Iyer, 2.5PN linear momentum flux from inspiralling compact binaries in quasicircular orbits and

associated recoil: Nonspinning case, arXiv:1111.2704.

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