- Code: Athena
- Simulation type: SMR
- Box size:
*L*= 4 Mpc - Finest cell size: \(\Delta{x}_{\rm min}\) = 0.488-0.977 kpc
- Primary cluster mass: \(M_{200} = 1.51\times10^{14}~M_{\odot}\)

- There is no metallicity field in these simulations; hence for computing X-ray emissivities a constant metallicity of \(Z = 0.3~Z_\odot\) is assumed.
- Simulations with viscosity and/or thermal conduction were restarted from their corresponding ideal HD/MHD simulations at core passage, hence for these simulations there are no earlier snapshots available.
- For each simulation, the main cluster is fixed at
**r**= [0, 0, 0] kpc. A tab-separated ASCII table containing the subcluster position, velocity, and acceleration as a function of time may be found here.

Note

For non-cosmological simulations such as this one, a cosmology and redshift are assumed for the purposes of calculating distance and redshift-dependent quantities.

- \(\Lambda{\rm CDM}\) cosmology
- \(H_0 = 71~{\rm km~s^{-1}~Mpc^{-1}}\)
- \(\Omega_m = 0.27\)
- \(\Omega_\Lambda = 0.73\)
- \(z = 0.0036\) for all epochs

For the following simulations, \(\beta = p_{\rm th}/p_B\).

- Unmagnetized, Inviscid
- Unmagnetized, 10% Isotropic Spitzer Viscosity
- \(\beta\) = 1000, Inviscid
- \(\beta\) = 100, Inviscid
- \(\beta\) = 1000, Braginskii Viscosity
- \(\beta\) = 1000, Isotropic Spitzer Viscosity
- \(\beta\) = 1000, 10% Isotropic Spitzer Viscosity
- \(\beta\) = 1000, Anisotropic Thermal Conduction
- \(\beta\) = 1000, Braginskii Viscosity, Anisotropic Thermal Conduction

This set of simulations was performed using the Pleiades supercomputer at NASA’s Ames Research Center.