2 edition of **Theoretical problems in stellar stability and oscillations** found in the catalog.

Theoretical problems in stellar stability and oscillations

Kennedy Van Saun Corp

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Published
**1984**
by Université de Liège, Institut d"Astrophysique in Cointe-Ougree, Belgique
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**Edition Notes**

Statement | chaired by Arlette Noels and Maurice Gabriel. |

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Open Library | OL14879261M |

Get this from a library! Challenges to theories of the structure of moderate-mass stars: proceedings of a conference held at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, June [D O Gough; J Toomre; University of California, Santa Barbara. Institute for Theoretical Physics.;] -- This book summarizes the latest advances in helioseismology. Such results enable plausible explanations to problems such as lithium depletions in the Sun and F-type stars, chemical abundance abnormals in the atmospheres of Ap stars, as well as stellar oscillation stabilities in general. For adiabatic stellar oscillations, The results of theoretical stability analysis in g9–p5 modes for an M Cited by: 8.

A short account is presented of the struggle to understand and provide a theory for stellar pulsations. The observational and theoretical developments from the discovery of δ Cephei in up to Baker and Kippenhahn's key paper of are described and their significance by: 7. the recent data on solar-like oscillations in distant stars, which mark the beginning of a new era of asteroseismology. Also, the discussion of asymptotic eigenfunctions of stellar oscillations, and of stochastic excitation of solar-like oscillations, has been substantially extended.

Chandra developed his theoretical work on stellar interiors, including de-generate matter, into a treatise, An Introduction to the Study of Stellar Structure (University of Chicago Press, ), which still makes an ex-cellent textbook on the basic proper-ties of a star. Chandra had also become interested in the gravitational frictional drag on a. Stability is also increased by lowering one’s center of gravity by bending the knees, as when a football player prepares to receive a ball or braces themselves for a tackle. A cane, a crutch, or a walker increases the stability of the user, even more as the base of support widens.

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Get this from a library. Theoretical problems in stellar stabilty [sic] and oscillations: proceedings of the 25th Liège International Astrophysical Colloquium, July[Paul Ledoux; Université de Liège.

Institut d'astrophysique.;]. 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 a tremendous amount of exquisite space-based asteroseismic : Margarida S.

Cunha. IAU Colloquium 66 on 'Problems of Solar and Stellar Oscillations' was held at the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory, U. R., on September, The principal purpose of the colloquium was to study the low-amplitude oscillations of the Sun and, to a lesser extent, to.

The study of stellar oscillations is the preeminent way to investigate the stability of stars and to interpret their variability. The theory of the linear, isentropic oscillations of isolated gaseous stars, and thus of compressible spherically symmetric equilibrium configurations, has largely been.

Asteroseismology or astroseismology is the study of oscillations in stars. Because a star's different oscillation modes are sensitive to different parts of the star, they inform astronomers about the internal structure of the star, which is otherwise not directly possible from overall properties like brightness and surface temperature.

Although stellar oscillations have been observed for more than two centuries, the demands of asteroseismology require new observations of substantially higher precision.

Two major techniques are reviewed: Doppler spectroscopy and by: The current state of affairs in stability theory, absolute stability of control systems, and stable oscillations of both periodic and almost periodic discrete systems is presented, including many applications in engineering such as stability of digital filters, digitally controlled thermal processes, neurodynamics, and chemical kinetics.

8 ⋅ Stellar Pulsation and Oscillation () Substitution of this form of the variation into the variational forms of the moment of inertia, internal and potential energies, and subsequently into the variational Virial theorem [equation ()] gives () where is an average throughout the star weighted by the gravitational Size: KB.

The study of stellar oscillations is the preeminent way to investigate the stability of stars and to interpret their variability. The theory of the linear, isentropic oscillations of isolated gaseous stars, and thus of compressible spherically symmetric equilibrium configurations, has largely been developed from the viewpoint of the hypothesis of the physical radial pulsations of by: 5.

Chandrasekhar, S. (): An Introduction to the Study of Stellar Structure (University of Chicago Press, Chicago) Chandrasekhar, S. (): Hydrodynamic and Hydromagnetic Stability(Dover, Oxford, New York) Chandrasekhar, S.

(): The Mathematical Theory of Black Holes (Clarendon Press, Oxford). THEORETICAL RESEARCH ON STELLAR ATMOSPHERES Charles A.

Whitney 1. INTRODUCTION The theory of stellar atmospheres is imbedded in several branches of astrophysics, and to set the context for the present report it is useful to trace briefly the recent history of stellar physics.

Book Description: Ever since the first observations of sunspots in the early seventeenth century, stellar rotation has been a major topic in astronomy and astrophysics. Jean-Louis Tassoul synthesizes a large number of theoretical investigations on rotating stars.

the recent data on solar-like oscillations in distant stars, which mark the beginning of a new era of asteroseismology. Also, the discussion of asymptotic eigenfunctions of stellar oscillations, and of stochastic excitation of solar-like oscillations, has been substantially Size: 5MB.

Stellar Oscillations in Scalar-Tensor Theory of Gravity It has been suggested that stellar oscillations can provide a unique tool for estimating the parameters of the star, i.e., mass, radius, rotation rate, magnetic ﬁeld and equation of state.

In the next section we establish our notation and brieﬂy introduce the theoretical. For the regular variables (Cepheids, RR Lyrae, etc.) numerical stellar modeling and linear stability analysis show that κ is at most of the order of a couple of percent for the relevant, excited pulsation modes.

On the other hand, the same type of analysis shows that for the high L/M models κ is considerably larger (30% or higher). Some of the major unsolved problems in physics are theoretical, meaning that existing theories seem incapable of explaining a certain observed phenomenon or experimental result.

The others are experimental, meaning that there is a difficulty in creating an experiment to test a proposed theory or investigate a phenomenon in greater detail. There are still some deficiencies in the Standard.

Jean-Louis and Monique Tassoul received the Paul and Marie Stroobant Prize of the Académie Royale de Belgique for their work on stellar rotation and stellar stability. From toJean-Louis, whose books include Theory of Rotating Stars (Princeton), was a faculty member of the Physics Department at the Université de Montréal.5/5(2).

CHAPTER 5. SMALL OSCILLATIONS The kinetic energy T= 1 2 P M ij _ i _ j is already second order in the small variations from equilibrium, so we may evaluate M ij, which in general can depend on the coordinates q i, at the equilibrium point, ignoring any higher order changes.

Thus M ij is a constant. Thus both the kinetic and potential. The extensively revised second edition of the book Magnetohydrodynamics in Binary Stars includes new work on magnetic coupling in the AM Herculis systems, revised chapters on disruption of the accretion disc by stellar magnetic fields and a new chapter on magnetic disc winds and their stability.

In celestial mechanics: Numerical solutions the solar system is ultimately stable—whether the current configuration of the planets will be maintained indefinitely under their mutual perturbations, or whether one or another planet will eventually be lost from the system or otherwise have its orbit drastically altered—is a long-standing one that might someday be answered through numerical.

Theoretical astronomy is the use of the analytical models of physics and chemistry to describe astronomical objects and astronomical phenomena. Ptolemy's Almagest, although a brilliant treatise on theoretical astronomy combined with a practical handbook for computation, nevertheless includes many compromises to reconcile discordant observations.

Theoretical astronomy is usually assumed to.Modes of nonradial oscillations of six composite polytropic models have been investigated numerically to study the effect of central condensation parameter $$\rho _c /\bar \rho (\rho _c $$ being.Stellar oscillations in the presence of a magnetic field Article (PDF Available) in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (3) May with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'.