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- Modelling galaxies with stellar mass above ~108.5 Msun
- Galaxy evolution studies with volume-limited low-redshift surveys
The GiggleZ-MR simulation is one of many in the Gigaparsec WiggleZ cosmological N-body simulation suite (Poole et al. 2015), which were performed with GADGET2. This "Medium Resolution" run is currently the only one of the suite available on TAO. GiggleZ-MR offers a similar mass resolution to Millennium but has more up-to-date cosmology and a more in-depth construction of merger trees.
Box length: 125h-1 cMpc
Relative volume to Millennium and an all-sky survey out to z=0.05:
Particle mass: 9.5 × 108h-1 Msun
Gravitational softening: 4.6h-1 ckpc
Number of particles: 5203
Number of snapshots to z=0: 59
Particle size compared to Millennium:
GiggleZ-MR has 1.1 times lower mass resolution than Millennium, meaning a Millennium halo contains 1.1 times the number of particles of a GiggleZ-MR halo of equivalent mass.
The cosmological parameters of the GiggleZ simulations are based on WMAP-5 data, in addition to supernovae and baryonic acoustic oscillations (Komatsu et al. 2009).
ΩM = 0.273
ΩΛ = 0.727
Ωb = 0.0456
σ8 = 0.812
n = 0.96
h = 0.705
Haloes and subhaloes were identified using the popular SUBFIND code. The merger trees of these haloes were built according to the method to be presented in Poole et al. (in preparation). This approach repairs pathological defects in merger trees introduced by the halo-finding process (e.g., over linking, or the disappearance of halos during pericentric passages) through a process of forward and backward matching which scans both ways over multiple snapshots.