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Dyson, J. E.,Williams, R. J. R.,Redman, M. P.
1995
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Monthly Notices Of The Royal Astronomical Society
Clumpy Ultra Compact HII Regions - Part One - Fully Supersonic Wind-Blown Models
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We propose that a significant fraction of the ultracompact H II regions found in massive star-forming clouds are the result of the interaction of the wind and ionizing radiation from a young massive star with the clumpy molecular cloud gas in its neighbourhood. Distributed mass loading in the flow allows the compact nebulae to be long-lived. In this paper, we discuss a particularly simple case, in which the flow in the HWe propose that a significant fraction of the ultracompact H II regions found in massive star-forming clouds are the result of the interaction of the wind and ionizing radiation from a young massive star with the clumpy molecular cloud gas in its neighbourhood. Distributed mass loading in the flow allows the compact nebulae to be long-lived. In this paper, we discuss a particularly simple case, in which the flow in the H
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