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Simulations of stellar convection, pulsation and semiconvection

  • Herbert J. Muthsam (a1), Friedrich Kupka (a1), Eva Mundprecht (a1), Florian Zaussinger (a1) (a2), Hannes Grimm-Strele (a1) and Natalie Happenhofer (a1)...

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We report on modelling in stellar astrophysics with the ANTARES code. First, we describe properties of turbulence in solar granulation as seen in high-resolution calculations. Then, we turn to the first 2D model of pulsation-convection interaction in a cepheid. We discuss properties of the outer and the HeII ionization zone. Thirdly, we report on our work regarding models of semiconvection in the context of stellar physics.

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