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Philippe Thébault (Stockholm Observatory/Paris Observatory) & Jean-Charles Augereau (Grenoble observatory)

philippe.thebault@obspm.fr augereau@obs.ujf-grenoble.fr

•Size distribution in collisional cascades producing the dust Collision outcome prescription (work in progress…)

observed in debris discs pi, j = N j ∆vi, j ( Ri +R j ) .dt

2 Nominal case:

4ha ∆a Q*sil. =

3.5x107(R/1cm)-0.38 +0.3ρ(R/1cm)1.36

•Derive the unseen population of parent bodies up to Km- Ecol =0.5 M1M2dV2/(M1+M2) (Benz&Asphaug, 1999)

sized objects •« classical » particle-in-a-box statistical model in each annulus [a- Shattering Energy Q*

Q*ice =1/5 Q*sil. (Krivov et al., 2005) a b

da/2,a+da/2] Other explored prescriptions:

•Derive observational constraints: S.E.D, luminosity profiles •n boxes spaced by a factor 2 in mass (i.e. 1.26 in size) between RPR (cutoff size)

Housen&Holsapple + Davis et al.

and Rmax =50km. •Largest fragment Mlf =0.5(Q*M1 /Ecol )1.24 (Fujiwara, 1977)

n n

•Evolution equation

dN = ∑∑

f p N N dt

fragmentation

•Fragment size distribution: 2 index power law q1 and q2 (to

I context

k i , j ,k i, j i j

i =1, n j =1, n avoid ”supercatastrophic impacts, see TAB03)

Ecol >Q*

b1i M lfb1(i i )

M 1i = ( )

M lf(1(−ib)1i ) −M sl(1(−ib)1i ) +M lf ( i )

(1 −b1i )

Ci

C2 i = 3( b11i −

<∆ v> = (5/4<e2>+<i2>) C1i =3b1i Rlf ( i )

3 q1i Rsl ( i ) b2 i )

c d

• Threshold specific energy Q* : Benz & Asphaug (1999) (nominal case) C2i

Rsl−3( ib)2 i = i

M −M 1i

(3 −3b2i ) M sl ( i )

•Dust is usually observed in the µ m to mm range. In many discs, simple estimations show that this dust •Craterization-produced fragments power law: Petit & Farinella,1993 small scale craters Mcra =K.ρEcol -1.24 (Kice =4.2 10-9 , Ksil =3.10-7 )

(Ecol < 0.01 Q*)

cratering

(Koschny&Grün, 2001)

cannot be primordial and has to produced by collisional cascades from unseen parent bodies

Ecol <Q*

Cratered Mass Mcra intermidate case: interpolation

•The « usual » way to derive the parent bodies population is to assume a collisional equilibrium power law

(0.2Q*<Ecol <Q*)

dn α n-3.5 dr (Dohnanyi, 1969) and to extrapolate it up to the km-sized range (e.g. Artymowitcz, 1997 for a5

β -Pictoris, Augereau et al. ,1999, for HR7496).

da a4

BUT…Problems with the dn α n-3.5 dr law: a3

a2 Specific behaviour of the smallest grains

a1 -Fig7, a,b:Synthetic SEDs, computed from the successive size distributions

¤ very small differences in the power law index q can lead to major differences when

e β

(1) Grains with high β are placed on high e and a orbits by radiation in the nominal case, a: high-mass (0.1M⊕) and b low-mass (0.001M⊕) cases

extrapolated over 7 or 8 orders of magnitudes. , pressure, following:

(1) (1− 2a0β /r )(1−e02 )

1/ 2 -Fig7, c,d:temporal evolution of the SEDs, when renormalized to the initial

a 1− β

¤ the n-3.5 power law supposes that the whole system has reached a collisional equilibrium, which β aβ = a0 eβ =1− distribution at t=0 (i.e. M.M.S.N + dN∝R-3.5 dR)

1− 2a0β /r (1− β ) 2

is far from being certain in some young discs

Blue stripes: Herschel/PACS photometric lines

grains produced in a given initial annulus collisionaly interact with the whole

¤ the n power law applies only to theoretical systems with no minimum size

-3.5

cutoff. Red stripes: Herschel/SPIRE phtometric lines

population of several external annuli

Whereas here, radiation pressure blows out all grains smaller than a cutoff size RPR . This necessity for a numerical estimation of:

Green stripes: Spitzer/MIPS photometric lines

might induce strong discrepancies with the Dohnanyi equilibrium (« wavy size distributions », see (using a separate deterministic integrator)

Campo Bagatin et al., 1994) • fi(l,m) , fraction of bodies of size Ri produced in annulus al that reach Initial conditions

(2) overabundance due to the lack

of smaller potential impactors annulus am. Nominal Case :Idealized debris disc

(1) Lack of • dti(l,m) , average time spend, in the am annulus, by a Ri body produced in

High e orbits of grains close to the RPR limit •Radial extension 10<a<120AU (11x10AU annuli)

grains< RPR

annulus al

(3) Depletion due to the

• <∆ vi(l),j(m) > , average impact velocity, within the am annulus, between a •Density distribution: σ = σ0 a-1.5 (M.M.S.N)

overabundance in (2)

Ri particle initially produced in the al annulus and a locally produced Rj

(4) Overdensity III simulations

body.

•Initial size distribution: dN = C.R-3.5 dR

•Total dust mass (<1cm): 0.1M⊕ or 0.001M⊕

cutoff due to lack of (3),

size RPR etc… Innermost annulus: wavy-pattern, but More pronounced wavy-patterns in the outer annuli! •Sublimation distance for Ices: 20 AU

weaker than in TAB03, because: Counter-intuitive, because: lower Δv and longer dynamical •importance of cratering impacts •Dynamical State: <e>=2<i>=0.1

-lower <Δv> (15AU instead of 5AU) timescales. BUT:

¤ Smalls grains have a peculiar dynamical behaviour. Particles close to RPR are placed •dominant role of “foreign-born” grains

-more realistic cratering prescription -Most impacts due to high β grains coming from the inner •Star M*=1.7MSun ⇔ blow-out size RPR =5μm

on high eccentricity orbits by radiation pressure coming from the inner parts M*=1.7M⊙ RPR =5μm (nominal case)

annulii and impacting local grains at very high Δv! (see Fig 2)

=> higher impacting velocities ∆ v and thus shattering power M*=1.1M⊙ RPR =1μm

=> wide spacial spreading of the smallest grains, which might collisionaly affect areas far from when considering only impacts

their production region from locally produced particles

0.2mm<R<2cm

all particles

t=0

NEW MULTI-ANNULUS NUMERICAL MODEL 50μm<R<0.2mm

104yrs

105yrs

In Thébault et al.(2003) (TAB03) we quantitatively studied these effects for the specific case of 106yrs nominal case

107yrs

the inner (inside 10AU) β-Pic disc. For this purpose, a statistical numerical code was developed, neglecting

which quantitatively follows the size distribution evolution of a population of solid bodies, in a cratering impacts Fig4: Final size distribution, for the whole system,

wide μm to km size-range, taking into account the major effects induced by radiation pressure on for 3 different star masses and RPR value

the smaller grains (size cutoff, perturbed dynamical behaviour,...). Our main result was to identify Fig.2: final distribution in the 50<R<60AU

annulus, when neglecting specific types of impacts Fig.6:

an important departure from the dNαR-3.5 dR law, especially in the to 10-4 to 1cm range. The main

nominal case

limitation of this code was that it was single annulus, i.e. that it could only study a limited region

at one given distance from the star (≈5AU) but not the system as a whole. To do so, a mutli- hard material

annulus approach is needed. Such multi-annulus codes have been recently developed by weak material

Kenyon&Bromley (2004,2005) who have applied them to various different contexts. These codes

are in some respect more sophisticated than the one used in TAB03, in particular because they Departure from the MMSN

follow the dynamical evolution of the system (which is fixed in TAB03). Nevertheless, the price in σ∝ a-1.5 !

to pay for following the dynamics is that the modelisation of the small grain population is very

simplified, with all bodies<1m following an imposed R-q dR power law, thus implicitly overlooking Fig1: Nominal case (high mass case Mdust =0.1M⊕ ) : Evolution of the size

the aforementioned consequences of the specific behaviour of the smallest dust particles. More distribution for different radial annulii

<e>=0.1

(nominal case) bibliography

<e>=0.2

recently Krivov et al.(2006), using a different approach, developed a model able to follow the •Benz, W., Asphaug, E., 1999, Icarus, 142, 5

evolution of both physical size and spatial distribution (1D) of a collisionaly evolving idealized <e>=0.03 •Campo-Bagatin, Celino, Davis, Farinella, Paolicchi, 1994,

debris disc. This innovative approach gave promising result for the peculiar case of the Vega Most important Features: Fig5: Final size distribution, for the whole system,

for 3 different collision-outcome prescriptions

Planet. Space Sci., 42, 1079

•Kenyon, S., Bromley, B., 2004, AJ, 127, 1

system. However, the modelisation of collisional outcomes is, as acknowledged by the authors

themselves, very simplified, with for instance all cratering impacts being neglected. The present

•Steady state sets in in ~106yrs, with: •Kenyon, S., Bromley, B., 2004, ApJ, 602, L133

•Koschny, D., Grün, E., 2001, Icarus, 174, 105

work is much in the spirit of Krivov et al., although we chose to keep the classical particle-in-a- •Overabundance of bodies with R≈2RPR Fig3: Final size distribution, for the whole system (all Crucial Role of the collision- •Krivov, A., Sremcevic, Spahn, F., 2005, Icarus, 174, 105

11 annuli), for 3 different average <e> in the system

box approach and the advanced modeling of collision outcomes of TAB03. We have developed a outcome prescription (poorly •Krivov, A., Lohne, T., Sremcevic, M., 2006, A&A, in press

multi--annulus version of our earlier code in order to extend the approach of TAB03 to the general •Depletion (factor 10-100) of R≈100RPR bodies (~sub-mm) constrained parameter!) •Thébault, P., Augereau, JC, Beust, H, 2003, A&A, 408,775

study of complete debris disc. Wavy structure only weakly depends on <e>, •Thébault, P., Augereau, J-C, 2006, to be submitted to

because it is mostly imposed by small high-β grains A&A

•Wyatt, M., Dent, W., 2002, MNRAS, 334, 589

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