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Solar Model with Metal-enhanced Convective Envelope

  • J. Y. Yang (a1), Y. Li (a1) and H. Y. Xu (a1)

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Solar model with moderate enrichment of heavy elements in the convective envelope is investigated using the up-to-date input physics. It is found that metal enriched model can result in adequate depth of the convection zone and appropriate surface helium abundance, and the agreement between the calculated and observed p-mode frequencies are also improved. The sound speed of our model is worse than SSM and DSM in deep interior, but is better in the base of convection zone.

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Solar Model with Metal-enhanced Convective Envelope

  • J. Y. Yang (a1), Y. Li (a1) and H. Y. Xu (a1)

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