Stellar turbulence : proceedings of Colloquium 51 of the International Astronomical Union, held at the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, August 27-30, 1979 / edited by D.F. Gray and J.L. Linsky.
Contributor(s): Gray, David F | Linsky, J. L. (Jeffrey L.)Material type: TextSeries: Lecture notes in physics: 114.Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1980Description: 1 online resource (viii, 308 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540385547; 3540385541Subject(s): Stars -- Atmospheres -- Congresses | Turbulence -- Congresses | Etoiles -- Atmosphères -- Congrès | Turbulence -- Congrès | Stars -- Atmospheres | Turbulence | Sterren | Atmosfeer | TurbulentieGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:International Astronomical Union. Colloquium (51st : 1979 : University of Western Ontario).: Stellar turbulence.DDC classification: 004.678068 LOC classification: QB809 | .I58 1979Other classification: 39.22 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Stellar convection theory -- Instabilities in a polytropic atmosphere -- On the dynamics of the solar convection zone -- Thermal and continuum driven convection in B-stars -- The height dependence of granular motion -- Numerical simulation of the solar granulation -- Differential rotation in stars with convection zones -- Generation of oscillatory motions in the stellar atmosphere -- The evolution of an average solar granule -- Observed solar spectral line asymmetries and wavelength shifts due to convection -- Differential line shifts in late type stars -- Temporal and spatial fluctuations in widths of solar EUV lines -- Formation of the profiles of absorption lines in the inhomogeneous medium -- The determination of stellar turbulence by low resolution techniques -- Analysis of high resolution stellar line profiles -- Examples of non-thermal motions as seen on the sun -- Diagnostic use of FE II H & K wing emission lines -- Turbulence in main sequence stars -- Observational aspects of macroturbulence in early type stars -- Photospheric Macroturbulence in late-type stars -- Depth-dependence of turbulence in stellar atmospheres -- Turbulence in the atmospheres of eclipsing binary stars -- Differential line-shifts -- Time dependence of Balmer progression in the spectrum of HD 92207 -- Microturbulence : Age dependences -- High luminosity F-K stars motions and H? emissions -- Turbulence in the atmosphere of B-type starsmissions -- Mesoturbulence -- Stochastic approach -- The application of mesoturbulence to stellar atmospheres -- Effects of acoustic waves on spectral line profiles -- Some effects of strong acoustic waves on strong spectral lines -- Numerical simulation of granular convection: Effects on photospheric spectral line profiles -- Mechanical energy transport -- Stellar chromospheres -- Observations of the outer atmospheric regions of? Orionis -- Stellar-winds and coronas in cool stars -- Relationship between envelope structure and energy source of non-thermal motions -- An analysis of microturbulence in the atmosphere of the F-type supergiant gamma cygni -- The solar chromospheric microturbulence and the emission observed at eclipse -- Excitation dependent gf-values and depth dependent microturbulences -- On the structural and stochastic motions in the solar and stellar atmospheres -- I U E observations of circumstellar lines and mass loss from B-star -- On the establishment of internally consistent abundance-oscillator strength scales -- Differential rotation and magnetic activity of the lower main sequence stars -- Changes of photospheric line asymmetries with effective temperature -- Small-scale versus large scale motions in the solar atmosphere derived from a non-LTE calculation of multiplet 38 of Ti I -- Effects of flux tubes on conventional chromospheric diagnostics -- Summary.