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Tidal evolution and oscillations in binary stars

Tidal evolution and oscillations in binary stars

third Granada workshop on stellar structure : proceedings of a workshop held in Granada, Spain, 26-28 May 2004

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


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Antonio Claret, Alvaro Gime̓nez , and Jean-Paul Zahn.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQB
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 316 p. :
Number of Pages316
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22735989M
ISBN 101583811966

  A model of the Moon’s tidal evolution, starting from the fast-spinning, high-obliquity Earth that would be expected after a giant impact, reveals that Cited by: Abstract: In coalescing neutron star (NS) binaries, tidal force can resonantly excite low-frequency (Cited by:

An Introduction to Close Binary Stars (Cambridge Astrophysics) 1st Edition 'This is a comprehensive companion book for courses on stellar astrophysics, and stellar structures and evolution.' Aslib Book Guide Book by: Tidal excitation of free oscillations may be a more efficient mechanism of tidal heating, but has heretofore been neglected, due to the assumption that frequencies of free oscillations are incompatible with those of tidal forcing. Europa's subsurface ocean is a potential habitat for life (e.g. Marion et al., ). Orbital modeling that.

Teach Astronomy - Distribution of 14, nearby Sun-like stars in spaceThe question of pinpointing the number of binary and multiple star systems is a challenge to observers. The nearest stars are easiest to observe but give too small a statistical sample to be reliable. At. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages). Contents: I. Binary Stars in the Sky Binary-Star Population in our Galaxy --Bibliographical Notes s of Equilibrium Equipotential Surfaces Rotational Distortion Tidal Distortion Interaction between Rotation and Tides Effects of Internal Structure


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Free Online Library: Tidal Evolution and Oscillations in Binary Stars: Third Granada Workshop on Stellar Structure: Proceedings.(Brief Article, Book Review) by "SciTech Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Science and technology, general Books Book reviews.

Tidal Evolution: Physical Mechanisms for Tidal Dissipation: 4: Zahn, J.-P. Tidal Circularization in Open Cluster Solar-Type Binary Stars: Mathieu, R.D. Dynamic Theory of Tides in Close Binaries, and Effects on the Apsidal Motion and Stellar Oscillations: Smeyers, P.

Dynamic Tides and the Evolution of Stars in Close Binaries: Tidal evolution and oscillations in binary stars. San Francisco, Calif.: Astronomical Society of the Pacific, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Antonio Claret; Alvaro Gime̓nez; Jean-Paul Zahn.

Book Review: Tidal Evolution and Oscillations in Binary Stars: Third Granada Workshop on Stellar Structure (asp Conference Series, Vol. ) / Astronomical Society of the Pacific,   Tidal evolution. Observations of close binary stars reveal that stellar rotation tends to synchronize with the orbital motion and can be slower (Levato ) or faster (Strassmeier ) than for single stars of the same type.

The stars do not need to be in contact for this corotation to be achieved, so a mechanism such as tidal friction must Cited by: Tidal evolution of eccentric binaries Y., Ando, H. et al.Nonradial oscillations of stars, Univ. of Tokyo Press Zahn, J.

A&A, 57, We extend our study of the tidal Author: M. Witte. We present a rapid binary evolution algorithm that enables modelling of even the most complex binary systems.

In addition to all aspects of single star evolution, features such as mass transfer, mass accretion, common-envelope evolution, collisions, supernova kicks and angular momentum loss mechanisms are included.

In particular, circularization and Cited by: Evolution of binary stars and the effect of tides on binary populations: Authors: we quantify the hitherto ignored systematic effect of tides and show that modelling of tidal evolution in binary systems is necessary in order to draw accurate conclusions from population synthesis work.

Tidal synchronism is important but, because orbits. A visual binary star is a binary star for which the angular separation between the two components is great enough to permit them to be observed as a double star in a telescope, or even high-powered angular resolution of the telescope is an important factor in the detection of visual binaries, and as better angular resolutions are applied to binary star observations, an.

Any tidal response of the star leaves a distinct imprint on the gravitational waves emitted by the binary. Thus, gravitational waves will reveal unique information about the.

Binary stars are two stars orbiting a common center of mass. More than four-fifths of the single points of light we observe in the night sky are actually two or. Tidal locking (also called gravitational locking, captured rotation and spin–orbit locking), in the best-known case, occurs when an orbiting astronomical body always has the same face toward the object it is orbiting.

This is known as synchronous rotation: the tidally locked body takes just as long to rotate around its own axis as it does to revolve around its partner. Stellar evolution is the process by which a star changes over the course of time.

Depending on the mass of the star, its lifetime can range from a few million years for the most massive to trillions of years for the least massive, which is considerably longer than the age of the table shows the lifetimes of stars as a function of their masses.

We will review the physical mechanisms involved in the dynamical evolution of Trans-Neptunian binaries (TNBs). They include: gravitational encounters with massive objects, the impulse transferred in the collisions with objects of the background population of Trans-Neptunian objects, Kozai oscillations of the binary mutual orbit induced by the Sun and planets, and tidal friction Author: Adrián Brunini.

The Life and Death of Stars: White Dwarfs, Supernovae, Neutron Stars, and Black Holes - Duration: Professor Dave Explainsviews. Magnetism in binary stars is an area of central importance in stellar astrophysics.

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Tidal oscillation is the oscillation in the vertical and horizontal movement of water (and the properties of water) caused by the tidal forces of.

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Rory Barnes is a theorist in the Virtual Planetary Laboratory primarily interested in the formation and evolution of habitable planets. He focuses on planets in and around the “habitable zones” of low-mass stars, showing how their composition, orbital oscillations, and tidal processes affect our concept of planetary habitability.

The contribution of tidal forces on the binary orbit by the presence of additional bodies (like Neptune in this case) has been studied in the frame of planetary systems in binary stars (Innanen et al.

; Wu & Murray ), but the space of free parameters in the general secular four-body problem is vast and complex, and it has not yet been explored in : Adrián Brunini. Heartbeat stars (HB stars) are a class of eccentric binary stars with close periastron passages.

The characteristic photometric HB signal evident in their light curves is produced by a combination of tidal distortion, heating, and Doppler boosting near orbital periastron.

Many HB Cited by:   Tidal torque constants are calculated for each component of close eclipsing binaries of the DMS type (detached components located within the main sequence) from the catalogue by Svechnikov and Perevozkina () on the basis of the evolutionary models by Claret (), which are the first to present constants for investigation of tidal effects in close Cited by: 2.

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