Astron. J., 149, 63 (2015/February-0)
New precision orbits of bright double-lined spectroscopic binaries. IX. HD 54371, HR 2692, and 16 Ursa Majoris.
FEKEL F.C., WILLIAMSON M.H., MUTERSPAUGH M.W., POURBAIX D., WILLMARTH D. and TOMKIN J.
Abstract (from CDS):
With extensive sets of new radial velocities we have determined orbital elements for three previously known spectroscopic binaries, HD 54371, HR 2692, and 16 UMa. All three systems have had the lines of their secondaries detected for the first time. The orbital periods range from 16.24 to 113.23 days, and the three binaries have modestly or moderately eccentric orbits. The secondary to primary mass ratios range from 0.50 to 0.64. The orbital dimensions (a1 sin i and a2sin i) and minimum masses (m1sin3 i and m2sin3 i) of the binary components all have accuracies of ≤ 1%. With our spectroscopic results and the Hipparcos data, we also have determined astrometric orbits for two of the three systems, HR 2692 and 16 UMa. The primaries of HD 54371 and 16 UMa are solar-type stars, and their secondaries are likely K or M dwarfs. The primary of HR 2692 is a late-type subgiant and its secondary is a G or K dwarf. The primaries of both HR 2692 and 16 UMa may be pseudosynchronously rotating, while that of HD 54371 is rotating faster than its pseudosynchronous velocity.
binaries: spectroscopic - stars: fundamental parameters - stars: individual: (HD 54371, HR 2692, 16 UMa) - stars: late-type
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