Supplemental Data: Effect of the heating rate on the stability of the three-phase interstellar medium
In Hill et al (2018), we investigated the impact of the far ultraviolet (FUV) heating rate on the stability of the three-phase interstellar medium using three-dimensional simulations of a 1 kpc^2, vertically-extended domain. We found that even absent a variable star formation rate regulating the FUV heating rate, the gas physics keeps the pressure in the regime in which the cold and warm neutral media coexist. Here, we provide the underlying data for the figures presented in the paper in The Astrophysical Journal. The simulations were run using an implementation of the Flash code version 4.2. We present data for one timestep from each of 22 different simulations in HDF5 format.