3 years ago

Pulsar glitch and nuclear EoS: Applicability of superfluid model.

A. Li, R. Wang

In this contribution, we have made use of the contemporary equation of states (EOSs) for the complete neutron star structure, and confronted them with one particular glitch constrain for the crustal moment of inertia (MOI). We find that with these EOSs, the radii of three millisecond pulsars selected by NICER: PSR J0437-4715, PSR J1614-2230, PSR J0751+1807, are all around 12.5 km. Also, a star with $M \lesssim 1.55 M_{\odot}$ would fulfill the MOI calculation for glitch constrain with the latest neutron superfluidity density, and the glitch crisis might not be present.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.07350

DOI: arXiv:1801.07350v1

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