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Stellar Turbulent Convection: A Self-consistent Model
We present a self-consistent model for stellar turbulent convection that is similar in spirit to the CM model (Canuto & Mazzitelli 1991) since it accounts for the full spectrum of the turbulentExpand
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Stellar Turbulent Convection: A New Model and Applications
Improvements of the mixing-length theory (MLT) of turbulent convection in stellar atmospheres are developed theoretically. It is pointed out that inaccuracies are introduced into MLT by theExpand
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Yields from low metallicity, intermediate mass AGB stars:. Their role for the CNO and lithium abundances in Globular Cluster stars
We present the results of extensive computation of the Thermal Pulse phase AGB evolution of stars of metallicities in mass fraction 2 10 4 Z 0:01, for those masses in the range 2:5 M=M 6, which suerExpand
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Predictions for Self-Pollution in Globular Cluster Stars
Fully evolutionary models have been built to follow the phases of asymptotic giant branch evolution with mass loss for metal mass fractions from Z = 2 ? 10-4 to Z = 4 ? 10-3. The hot bottom burningExpand
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The ATON 3.1 stellar evolutionary code
Abstract We describe the main features of the evolutionary code ATON 3.1 and its latest version, particularly deviced to be apt for follow up asteroseismology applications. An older version of theExpand
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The core mass at the helium flash: influence of numerical and physical inputs
Les traces d'evolution pour la sequence principale et les geantes rouges ont ete calcules pour les etoiles de population I et II dans l'etendue 0,7 Mo<M<1 Mo jusqu'au flash d'helium. Les masses desExpand
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Evolution of very low mass stars and brown dwarfs. I. The minimum main-sequence mass and luminosity.
We performed some numerical computations on the evolution of objects having masses close to the limiting mass for the onset of stable hydrogen burning, for Population I chemical composition (Y =Expand
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A new look at the relationship between activity, dynamo number and Rossby number in late-type stars
ABSTRA C T The correlation between stellar activity, as measured by the indicator DRHK, and the Rossby number Ro in late-type stars is revisited in light of recent developments in solar dynamoExpand
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Further improvements of a new model for turbulent convection in stars
The effects of including a variable molecular weight and of using the newest opacities of Rogers and Iglesias (1991) as inputs to a recent model by Canuto and Mazzitelli (1991) for stellar turbulentExpand
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