2002A&A...391..725B


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2002A&A...391..725B - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 391, 725-739 (2002/8-4)

Seismic tests for solar models with tachocline mixing.

BRUN A.S., ANTIA H.M., CHITRE S.M. and ZAHN J.-P.

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We have computed accurate 1-D solar models including both a macroscopic mixing process in the solar tachocline as well as up-to-date microscopic physical ingredients. Using sound speed and density profiles inferred through primary inversion of the solar oscillation frequencies coupled with the equation of thermal equilibrium, we have extracted the temperature and hydrogen abundance profiles. These inferred quantities place strong constraints on our theoretical models in terms of the extent and strength of our macroscopic mixing, on the photospheric heavy elements abundance, on the nuclear reaction rates such as S11 and S34 and on the efficiency of the microscopic diffusion. We find a good overall agreement between the seismic Sun and our models if we introduce a macroscopic mixing in the tachocline and allow for variation within their uncertainties of the main physical ingredients. From our study we deduce that the solar hydrogen abundance at the solar age is Xinv=0.732±0.001 and that based on the 9Be photospheric depletion, the maximum extent of mixing in the tachocline is 5% of the solar radius. The nuclear reaction rate for the fundamental pp reaction is found to be S11(0)=4.06±0.07*10–25MeV.barns, i.e., 1.5% higher than the present theoretical determination. The predicted solar neutrino fluxes are discussed in the light of the new SNO/SuperKamiokande results.

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Journal keyword(s): Sun: abundances - Sun: interior - Sun: oscillations - neutrinos

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