Title: Theory and Tests of Convection in Stellar Structure: First Granada Workshop
Volume: 173 Year: 1999 View Volume 173 on ADS
Editors: Gimenez, Alvaro; Guinan, Edward F.; Montesinos, Benjamin
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Paper Title Page Authors
Fluid Dynamics in the Convective Zone 3 Schatzman, E.
Mixing in Stellar Interiors: Observational Hints 9 Chiosi, C.
Observational Evidence for Convection in Main Sequence Star Atmospheres 21 Weiss, W. W.; Kupka, F.
Critical Tests in Open Clusters: Requirements and Pitfalls 31 Andersen, J.; Nordström, B.
Eclipsing Binaries with Accurate Dimensions as a Test of Convective Core Overshooting 41 Giménez, A.; Claret, A.; Ribas, I.; Jordi, C.
Probing Convection with Helio- and Asteroseismology 51 Christensen-Dalsgaard, J.
Observational Aspects of Convection in Very Low Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs 67 Rebolo, R.; Zapatero-Osorio, M. R.
A Ready to Use Post-MLT Recipe for General Stellar Modelling and Evolution 77 Mazzitelli, I.
Convection Simulations 91 Nordlund, Å.; Stein, R. F.
Convective Penetration in Main Sequence Stars 103 Roxburgh, I. W.
Convection in Low Mass Stars 111 Baraffe, I.
Beyond the Mixing-Length Treatment: Why and How? 121 Zahn, J.-P.
Overshooting in Stars: a New Formulation 133 Canuto, V. M.
Turbulent Convection in Pulsating Stars 141 Buchler, J. R.; Yecko, P.; Kolláth, Z.; Goupil, M.-J.
Computing Solar and Stellar Overshooting with Turbulent Convection Models. First Tests of a Fully Non-Local Model 157 Kupka, F.
Time-Dependent Turbulent Convection in Nonlinear Models of Pulsating Stars 171 Feuchtinger, M. U.
Convection, Protostellar Collapse, Deuterium Burning and Pre-Main Sequence Tracks 181 Wuchterl, G.
Convection and Giant Planet Formation 185 Wuchterl, G.
Convection and Compact Stellar Remnants in Massive Close Binaries 189 Wellstein, S.; Langer, N.
Magneto-Convection 193 Stein, R. F.; Georgobiani, D.; Bercik, D. J.; Brandenburg, A.; Nordlund, Å.
Heat Flux Transport in Low-Mass Brown Dwarfs 197 Pino, D.; Mercader, I.; Net, M.
Treatment of the Superadiabatic Convection in Low-Mass Metal-Poor Stars from Realistic Hydrodynamics Simulations: Application to Globular Clusters Isochrones 201 Freytag, B.; Salaris, M.; Ludwig, H.-G.
Convection in Metal-Poor Stars as Traced from Spectral Line Asymmetries 205 Allende Prieto, C.; Asplund, M.; García López, R. J.; Gustafsson, B.; Lambert, D. L.
Balmer Line Profiles as Stellar Atmosphere Structure Indicators 209 van't Veer-Menneret, C.; Katz, D.
Testing Convection Theories Using Balmer Line Profiles of A, F and G Stars 213 Gardiner, R.; Smalley, B.; Kupka, F.
Balmer Line Formation in Convective Stellar Atmospheres 217 Steffen, M.; Ludwig, H.-G.
Confrontation of Stellar Surface Convection Simulations with Stellar Spectroscopy 221 Asplund, M.; Nordlund, Å.; Trampedach, R.
A Calibration of the Mixing-Length for Solar-Type Stars Based on Hydrodynamical Models of Stellar Surface Convection 225 Freytag, B.; Ludwig, H.-G.; Steffen, M.
Convection and the Eclipsing Binary AI Phoenicis: How Well Can We Constrain the Mixing-Length parameter from Stellar Modelling? 229 Ludwig, H.-G.; Salaries, M.
Stellar Evolution with a Variable Mixing-Length Parameter 233 Trampedach, R.; Stein, R. F.; Christensen-Dalsgaard, J.; Nordlund, Å.
Turbulent Convection beyond Mixing-Length Models 237 Houdek, G.; Gough, D. O.
Models of Massive Stars with Turbulent Diffusion and New Mass-Loss Rates 241 Salasnich, B.; Bressan, A.; Chiosi, C.
Rotating Turbulent Compressible Convection in a Shell 245 Robinson, F. J.
The Dynamics of Rotating Convection in f-Planes 249 Chan, K. L.
Test of Convective Core Overshooting Using Evolved Eclipsing Binaries 253 Ribas, I.; Jordi, C.; Giménez, A.; Claret, A.; Guinan, E. F.
Asteroseismological Constraints on Stellar Convective Cores 257 Roxburgh, I. W.; Vorontsov, S. V.
Critical Tests of Stellar Evolution by Means of Eclipsing Binaries and Open Clusters 261 Pols, O. R.; Schröder, K.-P.; Eggleton, P.; Hurley, J.; Tout, C.
Do 0.7-1.1 Msun Eclipsing Binaries Pose a Problem for Current Stellar Evolutionary Models? 265 Clausen, J. V.; Baraffe, I.; Claret, A.; Vandenberg, D. A.
Hydrodynamical Simulations of Penetrative Convection and Generation of Internal Gravity Waves 269 Kiraga, M.; Zahn, J.-P.; Stepień , K.; Jahn, K.; Rózyczka, M.; Muthsam, H. J.
Convective Envelopes in Solar-Type Stars: What Can We Learn from their Seismic Study? 273 Monteiro, M. J. P. F. G.; Christensen-Dalsgaard, J.; Thompson, M. J.
A New Method for Calculating Gravity-Darkening Using Interior Models: Convective and Radiative Envelopes 277 Claret, A.
Coupling Between Diffusive Mixing and Nuclear Reactions: Production of Lithium in Massive AGB Stars 281 Mazzitelli, I.; D'Antona, F.; Ventura, P.; Zeppieri, A.
Lithium Abundances in AGB Stars: a Probe to Test Convective Theories and Nucleosynthesis 285 Abia, C.; Isern, J.
Carbon Burning in Intermediate Mass Stars: the Role of Convection 289 García-Berro, E.; Iben, I., Jr.
Mixing Below the Solar Convective Zone 293 Brun, A. S.; Turck-Chièze, S.; Zahn, J.-P.
The Sun as a Star: Background, Intensity and Velocity, Power Spectra and Convection 297 Pallé, P. L.; Roca Cortés, T.; Jiménez, A.; GOLF team; VIRGO team
Probing Solar Convection with p-Mode Linewidths 301 Rabello-Soares, M. C.; Houdek, G.; Christensen-Dalsgaard, J.
Low L Solar p-Mode Oscillations Parameters and Convection 305 Roca Cortés, T.; Montañés, P.; Pallé, P. L.; Pérez Hernández, F.; Jiménez, A.; Régulo, C.; The GOLF Team
On the Capability of Ground Based Networks to Precisely Estimate the Solar Background in Full Disk Helioseismology 309 Fossat, E.; Kholikov, Sh.; The IRIS Team
Granular and Intergranular Model Atmospheres from Inversion of Solar Two-Dimensional Spectroscopic Data 313 Rodríguez Hidalgo, I.; Ruiz Cobo, B.; Collados, M.; del Toro Iniesta, J. C.
On the Location of the Instability Strip 317 Houdek, G.; Balmforth, N. J.; Christensen-Dalsgaard, J.; Gough, D. O.
New Eclipsing Binaries among Late F, G, and K Type Main-Sequence Stars 321 Clausen, J. V.; Helt, B. E.; Olsen, E. H.
Constraints on the Convective Efficiency in the Outer Layers of DB White Dwarfs from the Instability Strip of the V777 HER Stars 325 Wesemael, F.; Beauchamp, A.; Bergeron, P.; Fontaine, G.; Brassard, P.; Saffer, R. A.; Liebert, J.
Convective Efficiency and the Blue Edge in ZZ Ceti Stars 329 Brassard, P.; Fontaine, G.
Evidence for Granulation in α CEN A 333 Kjeldsen, H.; Bedding, T. R.; Frandsen, S.; Dall, T. H.
AB Cas: an Eclipsing Binary System with a δ SCT Component 337 Rodríguez, E.; Claret, A.; Sedano, J. L.; García, J. M.; Garrido, R.
Photometric Effect of Rotation in δ Scuti Stars 341 Pérez Hernández, F.; Claret, A.; Hernández, M. M.; Michel, E.
Mode Identifications and Pulsation Modelling of the δ Scuti Star FG VIR 345 Breger, M.; Pikall, H.; Pamyatnykh, A. A.; Garrido, R.
Recent Photometric and Spectroscopic Results of Cepheid Variables 349 Kiss, L. L.; Vinkó, J.; Balog, Z.; Alfaro, E. J.; Bakos, G.
MONS: A Proposal for a Danish Satellite 353 Kjeldsen, H.; Bedding, T. R.; Frandsen, S.; Dall, T. H.; Thomsen, B.; Christensen-Dalsgaard, J.; Clausen, J. V.; Petersen, J. O.; Andersen, M. I.
COROT: Seismology of Stars 357 Roxburgh, I. W.; The COROT Team
What Are We Learning from the Sun? 361 Roca Cortés, T.
Which Are the Most Realistic Models to be Used? 373 Demarque, P.
Comments and Summary on the Workshop on Convection in Stellar Structure and Evolution 383 Guinan, E. F.