The two hybrid B-type pulsators: ν Eridani and 12 Lacertae

@article{Dziembowski2008TheTH,
  title={The two hybrid B-type pulsators: $\nu$ Eridani and 12 Lacertae},
  author={Wojciech A. Dziembowski and Alexey A. Pamyatnykh},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2008},
  volume={385},
  pages={2061-2068}
}
The rich oscillation spectra determined for the two stars, ν Eridani and 12 Lacertae, present an interesting challenge to stellar modelling. The stars are hybrid objects showing not only a number of modes at frequencies typical for β Cep stars but also one mode at frequency typical for SPB stars. We construct seismic models of these stars considering uncertainties in opacity and element distribution. We also present estimate of the interior rotation rate and address the matter of mode… 

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