A comprehensive asteroseismic modelling of the high-amplitude delta Scuti star RV Arietis
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AuthorCasas del Castillo, Ricardo; Suárez Yanes, Juan Carlos; Moya Bedón, Andrés; Garrido Haba, Rafael
Variable starsDelta ScutiRotationOscillationsFundamental parametersInteriorsRV ArietisStars
Casas del Castillo, R.; Suarez, J. C.; Moya, A.; Garrido, R. A comprehensive asteroseismic modelling of the high-amplitude delta Scuti star RV Arietis. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 455(3): 1019–1029 (2006). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/41187]
SponsorshipThis work was partially financed by the Spanish "Plan Nacional del Espacio'', under project ESP2004-03855-C03-01. J.C.S. acknowledges the financial support of the European Marie Curie action MERG-CT-2004-513610 and the Spanish "Consejería de Innovación, Ciencia y Empresa" from the "Junta de Andalucía" local government.
We present a comprehensive asteroseismic study of the double-mode high-amplitude $\delta$ Scuti star HD 187642 ( RV Ari ). The modelling includes some of the most recent techniques: 1) effects of rotation on both equilibrium models and adiabatic oscillation spectrum, 2) non-adiabatic study of radial and non-radial modes, 3) relationship between the fundamental radial mode and the first overtone in the framework of Petersen diagrams. The analysis reveals that two of the observed frequencies are very probably identified as the fundamental and first overtone radial modes. Analysis of the colour index variations, together with theoretical non-adiabatic calculations, points to models in the range of [7065, 7245] K in effective temperature and of [1190, 1270] Myr in stellar age. These values were found to be compatible with those obtained using the three other asteroseismic techniques.