Challenges to theories of the structure of moderate-mass stars : proceedings of a conference held at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, 19-22 June 1990 / D. Gough, J. Toomre, eds.

Contributor(s): Gough, D. O | Toomre, J. (Juri), 1940- | University of California, Santa Barbara. Institute for Theoretical Physics
Material type: TextTextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 388.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, ©1991Description: 1 online resource (vii, 414 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540383550; 3540383557Subject(s): Sun -- Internal structure -- Congresses | Solar oscillations -- Congresses | Stellar oscillations -- Congresses | Seismology -- Congresses | Astrogeology -- Congresses | Astrogeology | Seismology | Solar oscillations | Stellar oscillations | Sun | Oscillations solairesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Challenges to theories of the structure of moderate-mass stars.DDC classification: 559.9/4 LOC classification: QB539.I5 | C47 1991Online resources: Click here to access online
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Program at ITP: Helioseismology -- Probing the interior of a star -- Solar oscillations and the physics of the solar interior -- Helium gravitational settling below the solar convection zone -- Influence of the upper layers of the sun on the p-mode frequencies -- Accuracy tests for the computation of solar models -- Comparison of solar models with Los Alamos and Livermore opacities -- Helioseismic inversion -- An inversion for the rotation rate in the solar interior -- The role of f modes in the inversion of high-? rotational splittings -- On the 2-dimensional rotational inversion problem -- Implication of the l dependence and the frequency dependence of long-term frequency variation -- A new inversion for the hydrostatic stratification of the sun -- Absorption of p-mode waves by magnetic fields -- Prospects of solar Quantum Chaos -- Granulation: Non-adiabatic patterns and shocks -- Large eddy simulations of compressible convection -- Theoretical spectrum of solar convection -- The supergranulation spectrum -- Vertically coherent compressible convective flows in a layer with a high density contrast -- High wavenumber thermal convection enhanced in regions of partial ionization -- The organization of turbulent convection -- Convection and its influence on oscillations -- Interaction of acoustic oscillations with time-dependent compressible convection -- The vibrational stability of the sun -- Convective penetration into stellar radiation zones -- The effects of magnetic stretching in the convective overshoot region -- Towards a theory of wave transport -- Transport in oscillatory flows -- Simulation of the effect of active regions on intermediate-degree solar oscillations -- Effects of spatial filtering on high-? power spectra and rotational splitting inversions -- On the analysis of physical wave trains -- Solar oscillation ring diagrams from Mt. Wilson full-disk magneto-optical Dopplergrams -- Measurements of intermediate- and high-degree (20 l.
Action note: digitized 2010 committed to preserveSummary: This book summarizes the latest advances in helioseismology, including the measurement of the internal stratification of the sun, the assessment of thesensitivity of oscillations to uncertainties in fundamental physics, and thestudy of the angular velocity and the dynamics of the convection zone. Of particular interest is the structure of the solar core and its relevance to the neutrino problem. The understanding so gained permits one to look ahead confidently to problems concerning the evolution of sun-like starsthat might be addressed by seismological techniques.
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This book summarizes the latest advances in helioseismology, including the measurement of the internal stratification of the sun, the assessment of thesensitivity of oscillations to uncertainties in fundamental physics, and thestudy of the angular velocity and the dynamics of the convection zone. Of particular interest is the structure of the solar core and its relevance to the neutrino problem. The understanding so gained permits one to look ahead confidently to problems concerning the evolution of sun-like starsthat might be addressed by seismological techniques.

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Program at ITP: Helioseismology -- Probing the interior of a star -- Solar oscillations and the physics of the solar interior -- Helium gravitational settling below the solar convection zone -- Influence of the upper layers of the sun on the p-mode frequencies -- Accuracy tests for the computation of solar models -- Comparison of solar models with Los Alamos and Livermore opacities -- Helioseismic inversion -- An inversion for the rotation rate in the solar interior -- The role of f modes in the inversion of high-? rotational splittings -- On the 2-dimensional rotational inversion problem -- Implication of the l dependence and the frequency dependence of long-term frequency variation -- A new inversion for the hydrostatic stratification of the sun -- Absorption of p-mode waves by magnetic fields -- Prospects of solar Quantum Chaos -- Granulation: Non-adiabatic patterns and shocks -- Large eddy simulations of compressible convection -- Theoretical spectrum of solar convection -- The supergranulation spectrum -- Vertically coherent compressible convective flows in a layer with a high density contrast -- High wavenumber thermal convection enhanced in regions of partial ionization -- The organization of turbulent convection -- Convection and its influence on oscillations -- Interaction of acoustic oscillations with time-dependent compressible convection -- The vibrational stability of the sun -- Convective penetration into stellar radiation zones -- The effects of magnetic stretching in the convective overshoot region -- Towards a theory of wave transport -- Transport in oscillatory flows -- Simulation of the effect of active regions on intermediate-degree solar oscillations -- Effects of spatial filtering on high-? power spectra and rotational splitting inversions -- On the analysis of physical wave trains -- Solar oscillation ring diagrams from Mt. Wilson full-disk magneto-optical Dopplergrams -- Measurements of intermediate- and high-degree (20 l.

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