The CORS method for the empirical determination of the radii of pulsating variables (Caccin et al., 1981; Sollazzo et al., 1981) is discussed in the framework of the quasistatlc approximation to the variations of the atmospheric parameters (Unno, 1965) and reformulated in a way that does not make direct use of theoretical calibrations of the photometric system in terms of model atmospheres. The radii calculated with this approach are in good agreement with those previously obtained by means of Pel's calibrations of the VBLUW system (Sollazzo et al.,1981) which lead to a period-radius relation coinciding, within the errors, with the theoretical one (Cogan, 1978) and, consequently, mass determinations consistent with pulsational masses (Cox, 1979). The method can be immediately applied to any other multicolour system, and very promising preliminary results are obtained by using recent UBV data by Gieren (1982).

A Generalization of the Cors Method to Determine Cepheid Radii: Theory and Application

Russo, G.
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
1985

Abstract

The CORS method for the empirical determination of the radii of pulsating variables (Caccin et al., 1981; Sollazzo et al., 1981) is discussed in the framework of the quasistatlc approximation to the variations of the atmospheric parameters (Unno, 1965) and reformulated in a way that does not make direct use of theoretical calibrations of the photometric system in terms of model atmospheres. The radii calculated with this approach are in good agreement with those previously obtained by means of Pel's calibrations of the VBLUW system (Sollazzo et al.,1981) which lead to a period-radius relation coinciding, within the errors, with the theoretical one (Cogan, 1978) and, consequently, mass determinations consistent with pulsational masses (Cox, 1979). The method can be immediately applied to any other multicolour system, and very promising preliminary results are obtained by using recent UBV data by Gieren (1982).
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