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Astrophysics and Space Science

, Volume 316, Issue 1–4, pp 129–133 | Cite as

Granada oscillation code (GraCo)

  • A. Moya
  • R. Garrido
Original Article

Abstract

Granada oscillation code (GraCo) is a software constructed to compute adiabatic and non-adiabatic oscillation eigenfunctions and eigenvalues. The adiabatic version gives the standard numerical resolution, and also the Richardson extrapolation, different sets of eigenfunctions, different outer mechanical boundary conditions or different integration variables. The non-adiabatic version can include the atmosphere-pulsation interaction. The code has been used for intensive studies of δ Scuti, γ Doradus, β Ceph., SdO and, SdB stars. The non adiabatic observables “phase-lag” (the phase between the effective temperature variations and the radial displacement) and \({\delta T_{\mathrm{eff}}\over T_{\mathrm{eff}}}\) (relative surface temperature variation) can help to the modal identification. These quantities together with the energy balance (“growth rate”) provide useful additional information to the adiabatic resolution (eigenfrequencies and eigenfunctions).

Keywords

Stars Stellar oscillations Numerical resolution 

PACS

97.10.Sj 97.10.Cv 97.90.+j 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (CSIC)GranadaSpain

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