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Paper: Effects of Non-Standard Neutrino Emission on the Evolution of Low-Mass Stars
Volume: 472, New Quests in Stellar Astrophysics III: A Panchromatic View of Solar-like Stars, With and Without Planets
Page: 71
Authors: Arceo-Díaz, S.; Schrüder, K. P.; Zuber, K.
Abstract: In this work we use models created with the Eggleton stellar evolution code, with near solar mass and metallicity, and determine which are the parameters sensitive to an enhanced neutrino emission. We analyze the changes in stellar evolution, through alterations in the HR-Diagram and internal structure, when the existence of a non-zero magnetic dipole moment causes an increased plasmon decay rate and an enhanced neutrino cooling flux in the stellar core. We also study the apparent connection between the mass-loss rate during the RGB branch, by the Reimers mechanism, and the enhanced neutrino emission by their magnetic dipole moment.
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