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Tidally Induced Oscillations in Close Binaries

  • B. Willems (a1) and C. Aerts (a2)

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In this paper, we present the results of a theoretical investigation on tidally excited oscillation modes in close binaries. We apply our results to the slowly pulsating B star HD 177863 and present evidence for the resonant excitation of the second-degree -mode in this star.

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Tidally Induced Oscillations in Close Binaries

  • B. Willems (a1) and C. Aerts (a2)

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