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V/115            Semi-detached eclipsing binaries          (Surkova+, 2004)

Catalog of Photometric, Geometric and Absolute elements of semi-detached eclipsing binaries with known photometric or spectroscopic orbits. Surkova L.P., Svechnikov M.A.
ADC_Keywords: Binaries, orbits; Combined data ; Binaries, eclipsing Abstract: The catalog contains two parts: 96 well known semidetached eclipsing binaries with known photometric and spectroscopic orbits (table1.dat), and 136 semidetached eclipsing binaries with known photometrical orbital elements and unknown spectroscopic orbit (table2.dat). File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1.dat 150 96 Semidetached systems with spectroscopic orbit table2.dat 150 136 Semidetached systems without spectroscopic orbit refs.dat 182 278 References notes.dat 80 391 Notes
See also: V/118 : Catalog of eclipsing binaries parameters (Perevozkina+, 1999) V/120 : Catalog of early-type contact binaries (Bondarenko+, 1996) V/121 : Catalog of DMS-type eclipsing binaries (Svechnikov+, 1999) V/124 : Approximate elements of eclipsing binaries (Svechnikov+, 1990) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1.dat table2.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1 A1 --- Orb [AB] Origin of the orbit: A = spectroscopic (table1), B = photometric (table2) 2- 4 I3 --- Seq Sequential number of the system 6- 13 A8 --- Name Designation of the system (GCVS name) 15- 26 F12.9 d Per Orbital period 28 A1 --- n_Per [*] * marks period variability 30- 43 A14 --- Sp1+Sp2 MK Spectral classes of components 45- 49 F5.3 --- q Mass ratio M2/M1 (1) 51- 56 F6.3 solRad a Orbital semi-major axis (2) 58- 62 F5.2 solMass M1 Mass of first component (4) (3) 64- 69 F6.3 solMass M2 Mass of second component (4) (3) 71- 75 F5.2 solRad R1 Radius of first component (4) 77- 81 F5.2 solRad R2 Radius of second component (4) 83- 87 F5.2 mag Mbol1 Absolute Bolometric magnitude of component1 (5) 89- 94 F6.3 mag Mbol2 Absolute Bolometric magnitude of component2 (5) 96-100 F5.3 --- r1 [0/1] Fractional radius of first component (relative to orbital semi-major axis A) 102-107 F6.4 --- r2 [0/1] Fractional radius of second component (relative to orbital semi-major axis A) 109-113 F5.3 --- L1 Fractional luminosity of first component in V (relative to L1+L2) 115-119 F5.2 --- J1/J2 Ratio of surface brightnesses (6) 121-125 F5.2 deg i Orbital inclination 127 I1 --- w Weight on the reliability of photometric and absolute elements (7) 129-150 A22 --- r_Seq References to sources containing presented photometric and absolute elements
Note (1): Mass ratio is found spectroscopically from radial velocity semi-amplitude ratio q=K1/K2 in table1 (Orb='A') For systems in table2 (Orb='B'), the mass ratio between components is estimated according to Plavets & Kratohwillin, assuming that the subgiant component has filled completely its critical Roche lobe. Note (2): The orbital semi-major axis is estimated from the third Kepler law and assuming a circular orbit. Note (3): Index '1' always corresponds to more massive component. Note (4): For systems lacking spectroscopic orbits (table2, Orb='B'), the mass and radius of the primary component were estimated according to the "Mass-to-effective temperature" and "mass-to-radius" relations obtained by the authors for stars of V luminosity class having known spectroscopic orbits (stars in table1). Note (5): The absolute bolometric magnitudes are computed with the formula Mbol=42.31-5*log(R/R)-10*logTeff. The stellar effective temperatures Teff are from Popper (1980, Cat. V/63) and Harmanec (1988BAICz..39..329H). Note (6): Ratio surface brightness is derived from the formula J1/J2=1.157*(1/T1-1/T2), where T is evaluated in tens of thousands K (104K). Note (7): For systems lacking spectroscopic orbits (table2, Orb='B'), note that the reliability of orbital element determination is marked by weights (w) essentially lower than that of table1 (Orb='A').
Byte-by-byte Description of file: refs.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 4 A4 --- Ref Reference number (ANNN or BNNN) 6- 24 A19 --- BibCode BibCode 25- 54 A30 --- Aut Author's name 55-182 A128 --- Com Comments
Byte-by-byte Description of file: notes.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1 A1 --- Orb [AB] Origin of the orbit, as in tables 1 and 2 2- 4 I3 --- Seq Sequential number 6- 80 A75 --- Note Text of the note
Acknowledgements: Dimitry Klochkov [Moscow University] for semidetached eclipsing binaries having known spectroscopic orbits (table1) Arina Teplyakova [Moscow State University] for semidetached eclipsing binaries without known spectroscopic orbits (table2) History: * 26-Jan-2004: prepared by Veta Avedisova [INASAN] * 25-Nov-2005: ReadMe revisited (O. Malkov, F. Ochsenbein)
(End) Veta Avedisova [INASAN] 26-Jan-2004
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