Effect of non-adiabatic thermal profiles on the inferred compositions of Uranus and Neptune. Morris Podolak, Ravit Helled and Gerald Schubert.

Viscosity and Prandtl Number of Warm Dense Water as in Ice Giant Planets. Martin French and Nadine Nettelmann.…881…81F/abstract

How planets grow by pebble accretion II: Analytical calculations on the evolution of polluted envelopes. M. G. Brouwers and C. W. Ormel.

Explaining the low luminosity of Uranus: a self-consistent thermal and structural evolution. Allona Vazan and Ravit Helled. https://ui.adsabs.harvard.ed/abs/2020A%26A…633A..50V/abstract

Thermal evolution of Uranus and Neptune I. Adibatic Models. L. Scheibe, N. Nettelmann, R. Redmer. 10.1051/0004-6361/201936378

Uranus and Neptune: Origin, Evolution and Internal Structure. , , . 10.1007/s11214-020-00660-3

Thermodynamically Governed Interior Models of Uranus and Neptune. Elizabeth Bailey, David J. Stevenson.

Giant planet formation at the pressure maxima of protoplanetary disks II. A hybrid accretion scenario. O. M. Guilera, Z. Sándor, M. P. Ronco, J. Venturini and M. M. Miller Bertolami. 10.1051/0004-6361/202038458

Most super-Earths formed by dry pebble accretion are less massive than 5 Earth masses. Julia Venturini, Octavio Miguel Guilera, María Paula Ronco and Christoph Mordasini.

The nature of the radius valley. Hints from formation and evolution models. Julia Venturini, Octavio M. Guilera, Jonas Haldemann, María P. Ronco and Christoph Mordasini. 10.1051/0004-6361/202039141