1999A&AS..134....1S


Query : 1999A&AS..134....1S

1999A&AS..134....1S - Astron. Astrophys., Suppl. Ser., 134, 1-19 (1999/January-1)

Variations of the orbital periods in semi-detached binary stars with radiative outer layers.

SIMON V.

Abstract (from CDS):

A detailed analysis of the period changes of sixteen semi-detached binaries which contain only stars with radiative outer layers (ET-systems) has been performed and their respective O-C diagrams are brought and discussed. It was found that the course of the period variations is monotonic and in some systems the period is even constant. This detailed analysis of extensive sets of timings covering several decades brings a strong support to an earlier finding of Hall (1989) and develops it further. We show that all systems with the orbital periods shorter than nine days display constant period or its increase, with the exception of an uncertain case of V337 Aql. The course of the period variations in TT Aur appears more complex but the cyclic term can be plausibly explained by the third body. A search for general relations between the parameters of the systems and the period changes was undertaken. The mass ratio q appears to play a role in the period variations. Clear changes in systems with orbital periods shorter than 9 days were detected only for q>0.4 while constant periods are common in systems with q<0.4 in this period range. The sense of the secular changes in most systems is in accordance with the dominant conservative mass transfer in evolved binary and corresponds to the slow phase. The role of the evolutionary scenarios (case A versus B) and the influence of changes of the rotational angular momenta of the components are discussed.

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Journal keyword(s): stars: activity - binaries: eclipsing - binaries: close - circumstellar matter - stars: early - type - stars: evolution

Simbad objects: 18

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Number of rows : 18
N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2023
#notes
1 V* AQ Cas EB* 01 19 10.3486523184 +62 23 48.388965936   10.84 10.31     A9 61 0
2 V* IZ Per EB* 01 32 05.4853122768 +54 01 08.265992052   8.07 8.01     B8 78 0
3 V* DM Per EB* 02 25 58.0074007224 +56 06 10.009213488   8.03 7.95     B5V+A: 120 1
4 V* RW Tau Be* 04 03 54.3161404416 +28 07 33.494136636   8.130 8.08 8.76   B8Ve+K0IV 260 0
5 V* BF Aur EB* 05 05 03.5002772208 +41 17 19.103588592   8.89 8.89     B5 79 0
6 V* TT Aur EB* 05 09 42.2877371736 +39 35 10.735137888 8.65 8.668 8.602     B2Vn 136 0
7 HD 33357 Be* 05 11 42.9274371912 +42 09 55.275165324 7.67 8.55 8.55     B1:V:ne 179 0
8 * u Her EB* 17 17 19.5678148944 +33 06 00.368380044 3.87 4.63 4.80     B2V 234 1
9 V* RY Sct Be* 18 25 31.4771300232 -12 41 24.192361500 10.25 10.38 9.12 9.46   O9.7Ibep 296 2
10 V* RZ Sct EB* 18 26 33.5232714792 -09 12 05.987275200 8.09 8.24 7.53     B2/3Ib/II 168 0
11 V* V356 Sgr EB* 18 47 52.3312296264 -20 16 28.243688340   7.07 6.99     B9III 170 0
12 * bet Lyr EB* 18 50 04.7952472 +33 21 45.609978 2.85 3.42 3.42 3.31 3.29 B8.5Ib-II 914 0
13 V* V337 Aql EB* 19 04 10.1938278792 -02 01 47.063922312 8.58 9.315 8.890 9.51   B0.5V 68 0
14 V* Z Vul EB* 19 21 39.1059700488 +25 34 29.440304652 6.96 7.40 7.33     B3/5+A3IV? 205 0
15 V* V448 Cyg SB* 20 06 09.9484340064 +35 23 09.618394920 7.89 8.45 8.16     O9.5V+B1Ib 149 0
16 BD+34 4217 EB* 20 58 13.4532832464 +35 10 29.672620140     10.13     G9.5Ve+K3Ve 259 0
17 V* XZ Cep EB* 22 32 25.0788763008 +67 09 02.479638996   9.22 8.51     O9.5V 96 0
18 V* VY Lac EB* 22 49 59.1309538056 +45 00 15.993169560   10.26 10.13     A2 40 0

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