In this paper we address the theory of type Ia supernovae from the moment of carbon runaway up to several hours after the explosion. We have concentrated on the boiling-pot model: a deflagration characterized by the (nearly-) simultaneous ignition of a number of bubbles that pervade the core of the white dwarf.
Garcia, D.; Bravo, E. Type Ia Supernova models arising from different distributions of igniting points. "Astronomy and astrophysics", Febrer 2005, vol. 430, núm. 2, p. 585-602.