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2017MNRAS.470.4363C - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 470, 4363-4381 (2017/October-1)

OCCASO - II. Physical parameters and Fe abundances of red clump stars in 18 open clusters.

CASAMIQUELA L., CARRERA R., BLANCO-CUARESMA S., JORDI C., BALAGUER-NUNEZ L., PANCINO E., ANDERS F., CHIAPPINI C., DIAZ-PEREZ L., AGUADO D.S., APARICIO A., GARCIA-DIAS R., HEITER U., MARTINEZ-VAZQUEZ C.E., MURABITO S. and DEL PINO A.

Abstract (from CDS):

Open clusters have long been used to study the chemodynamical evolution of the Galactic disc. This requires a homogeneously analysed sample covering a wide range of ages and distances. In this paper, we present the Open Clusters Chemical Abundances from Spanish Observatories (OCCASO) second data release. This comprises a sample of high-resolution (R > 65 000) and high signal-to-noise spectra of 115 red clump stars in 18 open clusters. We derive atmospheric parameters (Teff, log g, ξ), and [Fe/H] abundances using two analysis techniques: equivalent widths and spectral synthesis. A detailed comparison and a critical review of the results of the two methods are made. Both methods are carefully tested between them, with the Gaia FGK benchmark stars, and with an extensive sample of literature values. We perform a membership study using radial velocities and the resulting abundances. Finally, we compare our results with a chemodynamical model of the Milky Way thin disc concluding that the oldest open clusters are consistent with the models only when dynamical effects are taken into account.

Abstract Copyright: © 2017 The Authors Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society

Journal keyword(s): techniques: spectroscopic - Galaxy: disc - open clusters and associations: general - open clusters and associations: general

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