Interrelated main-sequence mass–luminosity, mass–radius, and mass–effective temperature relations

@article{Eker2018InterrelatedMM,
  title={Interrelated main-sequence mass–luminosity, mass–radius, and mass–effective temperature relations},
  author={Z. Eker and V. Bakiş and S. Bilir and F. Soydugan and I. Steer and E. Soydugan and H. Bakiş and F. Aliçavuş and G. Aslan and M. Alpsoy},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={479},
  pages={5491-5511}
}
  • Z. Eker, V. Bakiş, +7 authors M. Alpsoy
  • Published 2018
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • Absolute parameters of 509 main-sequence stars selected from the components of detached-eclipsing spectroscopic binaries in the Solar neighbourhood are used to study mass-luminosity, mass-radius and mass-effective temperature relations (MLR, MRR and MTR). The MLR function is found better if expressed by a six-piece classical MLR ($L \propto M^{\alpha}$) rather than a fifth or a sixth degree polynomial within the mass range of $0.179\leq M/M_{\odot}\leq 31$. The break points separating the mass… CONTINUE READING
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