Inertial modes of non-stratified superfluid neutron stars

@article{Prix2004InertialMO,
  title={Inertial modes of non-stratified superfluid neutron stars},
  author={Reinhard Prix and G L Comer and Nils Andersson},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2004},
  volume={348},
  pages={625-637}
}
We present results concerning adiabatic inertial-mode oscillations of non-stratified superfluid neutron stars in Newtonian gravity, using the anelastic and slow-rotation approximations. We consider a simple two-fluid model of a superfluid neutron star, where one fluid consists of the superfluid neutrons and the second fluid contains all the comoving constituents (protons, electrons). The two fluids are assumed to be 'free' in the sense that vortex-mediated forces such as mutual friction or… 

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