Uin

Where the even and odd values of n correspond to the sin and cos types of solutions respectively. One property of note is that 7r is an accumulation point of the frequencies un for any 5 the interval it 8,7r contains an infinite number of frequencies u> n. This is similar to the oscillation spectrum for g-modes in the Sun, where the accumulation is to 0 from above. Fig. 2.2 The potential for u> 0.75n and also a three-zone discretisation of it. Fig. 2.2 The potential for u> 0.75n and also...

Frank p pijpers

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Jo

- dr r l+1D2(r) i dr' rn+2SD2 r') d rr l+1D2 r) d rrl+2SD2(r) Jo Jo + JQ dr 5D2 r) (r l+1 J dr' r'l+2D2(r') drSD2(r) r l+1 dr'rn+2D2 r') Jo I Jo which is obtained after an integration by parts of the outer integral, and then rearranging terms, by adjusting integration limits. The expression for SD2 can be found using its definition Eq. (3.17) The first term in 8D2 is proportional to the relative density perturbation as required. The second term requires a further integration by parts - drSp...

Info

Fig. 5.2 A simple two-element correlating interferometer. The base line is a vector of length B. The direction towards the source is the unit vector s. < p is difference in phase measured at the two elements due to the difference in path length, for an incoming plane wave. using hardware multiplication techniques. A high frequency term is filtered out immediately and the response R then is Here the flux density or power S of the source has replaced the E2 term. The cos 6 clearly comes from an...

J cs

Given the integration limits for Ii the term Sf ui2 can be neglected, so that the remainder is clearly a function of u> only (rather than depending on w L). I3 does depend on uj L but is smaller than the other two terms by a factor w2 w2 and is therefore negligible. With some additional manipulation (see Christensen-Dalsgaard & P rez-Hern ndez (1992) ) can also be shown to be a function of to only. The result is that the sum of the three integrals can be defined to be the phase function a...