Oscillations of rapidly rotating superfluid stars

@article{Passamonti2009OscillationsOR,
  title={Oscillations of rapidly rotating superfluid stars},
  author={A Passamonti and Brynmor Haskell and Nils Andersson},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2009},
  volume={396},
  pages={951-963}
}
Using time evolutions of the relevant linearized equations, we study non-axisymmetric oscillations of rapidly rotating and superfluid neutron stars. We consider perturbations of Newtonian axisymmetric background configurations and account for the presence of superfluid components via the standard two-fluid model. Within the Cowling approximation, we are able to carry out evolutions for uniformly rotating stars up to the mass-shedding limit. This leads to the first detailed analysis of… 

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