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A half century of stellar pulsation interpretations

A half century of stellar pulsation interpretations

a tribute to Arthur N. Cox : proceedings of a conference held in Los Alamos, New Mexico, 16-20 June 1997

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Published by Astronomical Society of the Pacific in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pulsating stars -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by P.A. Bradley and J.A. Guzik.
    SeriesAstronomical Society of the Pacific conference series ;, v. 135
    ContributionsCox, Arthur N., Bradley, P. A., Guzik, J. A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB838 .H35 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxvi, 511 p. :
    Number of Pages511
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL393157M
    ISBN 101886733554
    LC Control Number98070002
    OCLC/WorldCa38717203

    We apply a code that solves grey radial non-adiabatic pulsation equations with consistent treatment of radiative transfer to the roAp frequency regime. We find evidence for the existence of chromospheric modes at frequencies mHz, mHz, mHz and mHz in the equilibrium model we by: 4.   Title: Theory of Stellar Oscillations. Authors: Margarida S. Cunha (Submitted on 3 Nov ) Abstract: In recent years, astronomers have witnessed major progresses in the field of stellar physics. This was made possible thanks to the combination of a solid theoretical understanding of the phenomena of stellar pulsations and the availability of Author: Margarida S. Cunha.

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Catelan, A. Sweigart, J. Borissova, N. Spassova, V. Ivanov. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). Stellar Pulsation and Oscillation That some stars vary in brightness has been known from time immemorial.

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Book Description: Covering both radial and nonradial oscillations, this book includes not only a thorough treatment of the basic theory of stellar pulsation but also a comprehensive synthesis of the most recent work done in this area.

Originally published in. Pulsation hydrodynamics of luminous blue variables and pulsation-driven winds Marconi, M. (): in A Half Century of Stellar Pulsation Interpretations, ed. P.A. Bradley () Pulsation hydrodynamics of luminous blue variables and pulsation-driven winds. In: Wolf B., Stahl O., Fullerton A.W.

(eds) Variable and Non-spherical Stellar Cited by: 1. Non-radial pulsations in the O Giant xi Per () Export to RefWorks; Title: Non-radial pulsations in the O Giant xi Per: Published in: Proceedings of A half century of stellar pulsation interpretation: Author: Henrichs, H.F Date issued: Access: Restricted Access: Language: und: Type: Book Part: Publication: https://dare Author: H.F.

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*Bulgarian Scientist: 'Galaxy is Rich in Earth-Like Planets' & Polano S., 'Pulsation modes in M Giants' in A half century of stellar pulsation interpretation: a tribute to Arthur N.

Stellar pulsations are caused by expansions and contractions in the outer layers as a star seeks to maintain fluctuations in stellar radius cause corresponding changes in the luminosity of the omers are able to deduce this mechanism by measuring the spectrum and observing the Doppler effect.

Many intrinsic variable stars that pulsate with large amplitudes, such as. We present these points as direct results of the conference ``A Half-Century of Stellar Pulsation'' at Los Alamos National Laboratory in June Convection Considerations One of the most important points to bring up is that the interaction between the ongoing pulsation and the outer convective envelope is critical in the interpretation of.

This unique volume summarizes the application of recent theoretical results obtained from stellar pulsation studies. In addition, the latest developments in hydrodynamic simulations are discussed. A historical sketch of the study of beat Cepheids, first known for their variable amplitudes, is given as an introduction to the : Mine Takeuti.

Abstract. The status of the hydrodynamical modelling of nonlinear multi-mode stellar pulsations is discussed. The hydrodynamical modelling of steady double-mode (DM) pulsations has been a long-standing quest that is finally being by: Paper: Pulsation Modes in M Giants: Volume:A Half Century of Stellar Pulsation Interpretations: a Tribute to Arthur N.

Cox Page: Authors: Percy, J. R.; Polano, S. Abstract: We review the problem of the pulsation modes in the Mira stars, and then use the models of Ostlie and (Art) Cox ( ApJ) to investigate the pulsation modes in small-amplitude red giant variables.

BibTeX @MISC{Sweigart97posterpaper, author = {A. Sweigart and M. Catelan}, title = {Poster paper presented at “A Half Century of Stellar Pulsation Interpretations⎯a Tribute to Arthur N.

Cox ” (Los Alamos, June ) On the Production of Bright RR Lyræ. Today, stellar pulsation theory is used as an accurate tool to probe many different aspects of stellar physics in almost all evolutionary phases. Through the seismo logical potential of multimode pulsations they might play an important role in a possible renaissance of stellar astronomy in the future.

by: 7. In A Half-Century of Stellar Pulsation Interpretations, ASP Conference Serieseds. P.A. Bradley and J.A. Guzik, The Interaction Between Observation and Theory Jan publiihed work of – in, mostly, stellar pulsation theory, with a digression into stellar opacity.

When possible, his work is placed in the context of the contemporary efforts. Introduction Fifty years ago, inSvein Rosseland () wrote hls seminal book PulsationAuthor: J.I. Castor. A Half Century of Stellar Pulsation Interpretation: A Tribute to Arthur N.

Cox, edited by Paul A. Bradley and Joyce A. Guzik, Proceedings of a Conference held in Los Alamos, NM JuneASP Conference Series #, p.Abstract. We review some of the recent advances in nonlinear pulsation theory, but also insist on some of the major extant t: Review talk, Proceedings "A Half Century of Stellar Pulsation Interpretation: A Tribute to Art Cox", Los Alamos, Juneto appear in Conf.

Ser. of the Astronomical Society of the PacifiAuthor: J. Robert Buchler.Challenges In Stellar Pulsation Ever since some stars were found to pulsate in the early 20th century, stellar pulsation has been a major topic in astronomy and astrophysics.

The huge amount of data recently available from observational surveys, new discoveries from space missions and studies of pulsating stars in low-metallicity environments Cited by: 4.