Marian Doru Suran

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In addition to its search for extrasolar planets, the NASA Kepler mission provides exquisite data on stellar oscillations. We report the detections of oscillations in 500 solar-type stars in the Kepler field of view, an ensemble that is large enough to allow statistical studies of intrinsic stellar properties (such as mass, radius, and age) and to test(More)
In order to make asteroseismology a powerful tool to explore stellar interiors, different numerical codes should give the same oscillation frequencies for the same input physics. Any differences found when comparing the numerical values of the eigenfrequencies will be an important piece of information regarding the numerical structure of the code. The ESTA(More)
We present the work undertaken by the Evolution and Seismic Tools Activity (ESTA) team of the CoRoT Seis-mology Working Group. We have focused on two main tasks: Task 1 – now finished – has aimed at testing, comparing and optimising seven stellar evolution codes which will be used to model the internal structure and evolution of the CoRoT target stars. Task(More)
Pulsational properties of 1.8 M⊙ stellar models covering the latest stages of contraction toward the main sequence up to early hydrogen burning phases are investigated by means of linear nonadiabatic analyses. Results confirm that pre-main sequence stars (pms) which cross the classical instability strip on their way toward the main sequence are(More)
Aster seismology is an emerging branch of astrophysics that studies the interior and global parameters of pulsating stars, based on their natural oscillation frequency. This work proposes different methods for increasing the performance of LNAWENR (Linear Non Adiabatic Non Radial WavEs), a computational intensive pulsational model that studies stars based(More)
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