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Structure and evolution of close binary systems

symposium no. 73 held in Cambridge, England, 28 July-1 August, 1975

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Published by D. Reidel Pub. Co. in Dordrecht, Holland, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Double stars -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Peter Eggleton, Simon Mitton, and John Whelan.
    ContributionsEggleton, P. P. 1940-, Mitton, Simon, 1946-, Whelan, John, 1947-, International Astronomical Union.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB821 .S85
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 414 p. :
    Number of Pages414
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4889984M
    ISBN 109027706824, 9027706832
    LC Control Number76021688

    I would recommend this book to any astronomer who studies close binary stars or wants a better understanding of them.' Astronomy Now 'This textbook provides advanced undergraduate and graduate students a thorough introduction to binary stars as well as a lucid companion for courses on stellar astrophysics, stellar structure and evolution, and Price Range: $86 - $ Binary systems of stars are as common as single stars. They are of fundamental importance because they allow stellar masses, radii and luminosities to be measured directly, and explain a host of diverse and energetic phenomena including X-ray binaries, cataclysmic variables, novae, symbiotic stars, and some types of supernovae/5(3).

    Textbooks on Stellar Structure and Evolution: * Principles of Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis, by D. Clayton () * Supernovae and Nucleosynthesis, by D. Arnett, Princeton University Press, * An Introduction to the Theory of Stellar Structure and Evolution, by D. Prialnik, CUP   Here we present a pulsating white dwarf in an eclipsing binary system, enabling us to place extremely precise constraints on the mass and radius Author: Steven G. Parsons, Alexander J. Brown, Stuart P. Littlefair, Vikram S. Dhillon, Vikram S. Dhillon, T.

    the type of binary evolution. Wellstein & Langer (; WL99) showed that indeed MB BH may be very different from M S BH, and is strongly dependent on the type of binary inter-action. Only in the so called Case C systems — i.e., in initially wide systems where . Recycled pulsars are expected to represent a later evolutionary phase of various observed types of binary X-ray sources. In section 3 the observed properties of the various types of binary X-ray sources are summarized, and the evolutionary history of close binary systems leading to the formation of X-ray binaries is by:


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ebook access is temporary and does not include. Book-Review - Structure and Evolution of Close Binary Systems IAU Symp no. Evolution of Stars in Close Binaries Common Structure and evolution of close binary systems book Evolution.

Angular Momentum Consideration and the Roche Surface. Period Changes Gravitational Radiation. Magnetic Braking. Mass Transfer in Close Binaries Mass Loss by Winds.

Accretion from Stellar Winds. Get this from a library. Structure and evolution of close binary systems: symposium no. 73 held in Cambridge, England, 28 July-1 August, [P P Eggleton; Simon Mitton; John Whelan; International Astronomical Union.;]. The Evolution of Massive Close Binaries.

Final Stages of Close Binary Evolution. Structure and Evolutionary Models for Single and Binary Stars. Annex: Polytropes. References. General. This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction. Eclipses and Their Uses. Effect of Proximity: Tides and the Roche Surface. The Roche Surface.

Tidal Interactions: Circularization and Synchronization. Evolution of Stars in Close Binaries. Common Envelope Evolution. This book is divided into two parts. The first part deals with the general aspects of stellular structure and evolution including a chapter on numerical modelling.

The second part deals with specific evolutionary aspects of single and binary stars with a variety of masses. The last chapter gives several models of stars with specific masses. The term ‘‘close binary’ ’ co mmonly means a system in which the separation of the components is small, implying that tidal force and RLOF play important roles in their evolution.

Buy Structure and Evolution of Close Binary Systems (International Astronomical Union Symposia) by Eggleton, P.P., Mitton, S., Whelan, J. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. The evolution of close binary systems depends on the masses of the components, the mass ratio and the orbital by: 1.

I would recommend this book to any astronomer who studies close binary stars or wants a better understanding of them.’ Source: Astronomy Now ‘This textbook provides advanced undergraduate and graduate students a thorough introduction to binary stars as well as a lucid companion for courses on stellar astrophysics, stellar structure and Author: R.

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Book Review: Structure and Evolution of Close Binary Systems, Peter Eggleton, Simon Mitton, John Whelan, edsAuthor: A. Tutukov, L. Yungel'Son. Introduction. One of the main sites for accretion disks are interacting binary systems.

Indeed, the majority of stars are found in binary systems, and in many cases (up to ~50%), they are close enough that mass flows from one star to the other, in many cases forming an accretion disk.

stars. Such systems are the main sources for determining accurate masses and radii of stars, and luminosities, if their distances are also known. The Roche Lobe One particularly important concept in studying the evolution of binary systems is the Roche lobe.

Considering the so-calledrestricted three-body problem, where. : Abstractwho pointed to a fundamental difference between binary star evolution and the evolution of single stars. A binary system is considered to be a 'close binary' if at some stage of the evolution mass transfer changes the system drastically.

Approximately one quarter of all binaries are found to be close binaries. Dynamics of close binary systems. Rotational Distortion.- 3. Tidal Distortion.- 4. Interaction between Rotation and Tides.- 5. Effects of Internal Structure.- 6.

Gravity, Density Distribution, and Moments of Inertia.- Evolution of the Stars.- 2. Classification of Close Binary Systems.- A. Characteristic Parameters.- 3. Nuclear Evolution. Dynamical evolution of close-in binary systems formed by a super-earth and its host star S.

Luna1,2⋆, H. Navone1,3, and M. Melita2,4 1 Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Ingeniería y Agrimensura, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Av. PellegriniRosario, Argentina. 2 Instituto de Astronomía y Física del Espacio (IAFE). CONICET Author: Santiago Luna, Mario Melita, Hugo Navone. Binary systems of stars are as common as single stars.

This original text provides a pedagogical and comprehensive introduction to binary stars. The author combines theory and observations at all wavelengths to develop a unified understanding of binaries of all categories. The second part discusses recent theoretical work on stellar evolution.

The successes of the theory are stressed, but attention is also drawn to phenomena that are not completely understood. This is a new edition of a widely-used textbook first published in New topics include mass loss from stars and close binary stars/5(2). The structure and evolution of low-mass stars in short-period binary systems is investigated with specific attention focused on the effects of He-3 disequilibrium burning.

It is found that the He-3 abundance in the central regions of the secondary component can appreciably depart from the equilibrium value, especially during the phase of.Using a population number synthesis code and detailed massive star evolutionary calculations, Van Bever & Vanbeveren () investigated the effect of close binary evolution on the WR and O-type star population of starburst regions.

It was concluded that the age determination based on O-type features of a starburst which is older than 4 million years could be erroneous if observations are Cited by: Structure and evolution of very close binary systems: I.

structure equations including rotational and tidal distortions and calculations for 1, 2, and solar Author: Kwing Lam Chan and W. Y. Chau.