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دکتر محسن شادمهری

دانشیار- دانشکده علوم پایه، گروه فیزیک، دانشگاه گلستان، گرگان، ایران

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سمتهای علمی و اجرایی محسن شادمهری در کنفرانس ها و نشستهای معتبر ایران

  • فصلنامه پژوهشهای تغییرات آب و هوایی (هیات تحریریه)
  • دانشگاه گلستان (عضو هیات علمی)

مقالات محسن شادمهری در ژورنال های داخلی

مدلی برای تحول ستاره های سنگین تر از خورشید
سال 1376
ارائه شده در مجله پژوهش فیزیک ایران
تحول یک قرص پیش‌سیاره‌ای در حضور باد مغناطیده
سال 1399
ارائه شده در مجله پژوهش فیزیک ایران

مقالات بین المللی محسن شادمهری

"Self‐similar Equilibria of Self‐gravitating, Magnetized, Rotating Isothermal Systems", American Astronomical Society, (2001), Vol 557, No 2: 1028-1034
"Cooling Flows of Self‐gravitating, Rotating, Viscous Systems", American Astronomical Society, (2002), Vol 574, No 1: 198-204
"Constraints on star formation from the close packing of protostars in clusters", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2003), Vol 338, No 4: 817-823
"Variability in the stellar initial mass function at high mass: coalescence models for starburst clusters", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2004), Vol 354, No 2: 375-377
"Time‐dependent Evolution of Quasi‐spherical, Self‐gravitating Accretion Flow", American Astronomical Society, (2004), Vol 612, No 2: 1000-1005
"The Lifetimes and Evolution of Molecular Cloud Cores", American Astronomical Society, (2005), Vol 618, No 1: 344-359
"Gravitational collapse of polytropic, magnetized, filamentary clouds", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2005), Vol 356, No 4: 1429-1434
"A Class of Self‐Gravitating, Magnetized Accretion Disks", American Astronomical Society, (2006), Vol 637, No 1: 439-445
"The virial balance of clumps and cores in molecular clouds", Cambridge University Press (CUP), (2006), Vol 2, No S237: 410-410
"On the gravitational stability of a galactic disc as a two-fluid system", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2012), Vol , No : no-no
"The role of Hall diffusion in the magnetically threaded thin accretion discs", Springer Science and Business Media LLC, (2011), Vol 338, No 1: 151-155
"Gravitational instability of discs with dissipative coronae around supermassive black holes", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2007), Vol 377, No 4: 1689-1695
"The origin of the Arches stellar cluster mass function", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2007), Vol 381, No 1: L40-L44
"Kelvin–Helmholtz instability in a weakly ionized layer", Springer Science and Business Media LLC, (2007), Vol 312, No 1-2: 79-84
"Dynamical friction in a magnetized gas", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2012), Vol 424, No 2: 919-926
"Self-gravitational collapse of polytropic mass-losing gaseous discs: effects of outer boundary condition dictated by parent cloud", Cambridge University Press (CUP), (2012), Vol 8, No S290: 285-286
"Thin accretion disc with a corona in a central magnetic field", Springer Science and Business Media LLC, (2008), Vol 314, No 4: 251-260
"The role of Kelvin-Helmholtz instability in dusty and partially ionized outflows", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2008), Vol 387, No 3: 1318-1322
"Hot accretion with outflow and thermal conduction", Springer Science and Business Media LLC, (2008), Vol 317, No 3-4: 201-207
"ANALYSIS OF THE INSTABILITY DUE TO GAS–DUST FRICTION IN PROTOPLANETARY DISKS", American Astronomical Society, (2016), Vol 817, No 2: 140
"Thermal instability in ionized plasma", Springer Science and Business Media LLC, (2009), Vol 326, No 1: 83-90
"Analytical solution for the structure of ADAFs", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2014), Vol 442, No 4: 3528-3532
"An Analytical Model for the Evolution of the Protoplanetary Disks", American Astronomical Society, (2017), Vol 841, No 2: 99
"Drag-driven instability of a dust layer in a magnetized protoplanetary disc", IOP Publishing, (2016), Vol 16, No 9: 002
"VISCOUS ACCRETION OF A POLYTROPIC SELF-GRAVITATING DISK IN THE PRESENCE OF WIND", American Astronomical Society, (2013), Vol 765, No 2: 96
"On the location of the ice line in circumbinary discs", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2014), Vol 447, No 2: 1439-1443
"Properties of an accretion disc with a power-law stress–pressure relationship", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2018), Vol 481, No 4: 5170-5179
"Magnetic Rayleigh–Taylor instability in radiative flows", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2018), Vol 477, No 1: 412-420
"Evolution of Circumbinary Protoplanetary Disks with Photoevaporative Winds Driven by External Far-ultraviolet Radiation", American Astronomical Society, (2018), Vol 867, No 1: 41
"On the Dynamics of Pebbles in Protoplanetary Disks with Magnetically Driven Winds", American Astronomical Society, (2018), Vol 863, No 1: 33
"Fourier Analysis of Advection-dominated Accretion Flows", American Astronomical Society, (2018), Vol 862, No 1: 70
"The local stability of the magnetized advection-dominated discs with the radial viscous force", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2018), Vol 476, No 4: 4830-4839
"Structure of protoplanetary discs with magnetically driven winds", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2018), Vol 475, No 4: 5059-5069
"The Virial Balance of Clumps and Cores in Molecular Clouds", American Astronomical Society, (2007), Vol 661, No 1: 262-284
"Rayleigh–Taylor instability in an ionized medium", Springer Science and Business Media LLC, (2013), Vol 347, No 1: 151-157
"Role of thermal conduction in an advective accretion with bipolar outflows", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2013), Vol 436, No 3: 2666-2671
"Magnetized Kelvin-Helmholtz instability in the presence of a radiation field", Springer Science and Business Media LLC, (2012), Vol 341, No 2: 369-374
"On the orbital motion of cold clouds in broad-line regions", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2015), Vol 451, No 4: 3671-3678
"Multicomponent theory of buoyancy instabilities in magnetized plasmas: the case of magnetic field parallel to gravity", Springer Science and Business Media LLC, (2011), Vol 333, No 2: 477-490
"Vertically self-gravitating ADAFs in the presence of toroidal magnetic field", Springer Science and Business Media LLC, (2011), Vol 337, No 2: 703-710
"Exact analytical solutions for ADAFs", Oxford University Press (OUP), (2016), Vol 464, No 4: 5028-5032