## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 65N. Zanichelli, 1978 - Nuclear physics |

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The light curve can , therefore , be used to determine , or set limits , on the

sets of ...

The light curve can , therefore , be used to determine , or set limits , on the

**parameters**of the binary system . ... One deduces masses and system**parameters**from the observed light curve by seeking in**parameter**space thosesets of ...

Page 133

In the initial fitting attempts the model was characterized by seven

= disk radius , Ostok = disk tilt relative to orbital plane , 10 = angular thickness of

disk viewed from Her X - 1 , i = observer inclination , lalink = = precession angle ...

In the initial fitting attempts the model was characterized by seven

**parameters**: R= disk radius , Ostok = disk tilt relative to orbital plane , 10 = angular thickness of

disk viewed from Her X - 1 , i = observer inclination , lalink = = precession angle ...

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The gravitating centre captures only the particles with impact

than VR , R . In 1952 BONDI [ 39 ] published the solution of the gasdynamic

problem of accretion according to which the effective radius of gas capture is

close to ...

The gravitating centre captures only the particles with impact

**parameter**smallerthan VR , R . In 1952 BONDI [ 39 ] published the solution of the gasdynamic

problem of accretion according to which the effective radius of gas capture is

close to ...

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### Contents

Gruppo fotografico del partecipanti al Corso | 1 |

Introduction | 17 |

Сen | 37 |

Copyright | |

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accretion amplitude angular antenna approximation assumed Astrophys binary black hole calculations condition considered cooling core corresponding density depends detailed detectors determined dips discussed disk distance eclipse effect electron emission energy equation estimate existence expected field flux frequency function given gives gravitational heating important increase indicated intensity interesting Journ less Lett light curve limit lines luminosity magnetic field mass matter mean measured momentum motion Nature neutrino neutron star object observed obtained occur optical orbital parameters particle period phase photons Phys physical plasma possible potential present pressure problem pulsations radiation radio radius range region relation relative rotating scale sensitivity shown shows solution spectrum stellar stellar wind suggested surface temperature values variable variations velocity X-ray source