Asteroseismology of a Double-mode High-amplitude δ Scuti Star TIC 448892817

DOI: 
10.3847/1538-3881/ac9473
Publication date: 
08/11/2022
Main author: 
Lv, Chenglong
IAA authors: 
Pascual-Granado, J.
Authors: 
Lv, Chenglong;Esamdin, Ali;Pascual-Granado, J.;Hernández, A. García;Hasanzadeh, A.
Journal: 
The Astronomical Journal
Refereed: 
Yes
Publication type: 
Article
Volume: 
164
Pages: 
218
Abstract: 
We propose that TIC 448892817 is a double-mode high-amplitude δ Scuti star. The radial modes detected in this star provide a unique opportunity to exploit asteroseismic techniques up to their limits. 30 significant frequencies are detected by frequency analysis, while two of them are independent frequencies, i.e., F0 = 13.43538(2) day<SUP>-1</SUP> and F1 = 17.27007(4) day<SUP>-1</SUP>. The ratio of f <SUB>1</SUB>/f <SUB>2</SUB> is measured to be 0.777957(2), suggesting that this target is a double-mode δ Scuti star. Nearly all the light variation is due to these two modes and their combination frequencies, but several other frequencies of very low amplitude are also present. The stellar evolutionary models were constructed with different mass M and metallicity Z using Modules for Experiments in Stellar Astrophysics (MESA). The frequency ratio f <SUB>1</SUB>/f <SUB>2</SUB> obtained by the model is smaller than those obtained by observation. This might be caused by the rotation of the star pointing that rotational effects are more important than previously thought in HADS stars. This is something that deserves to be investigated in future works with models including rotational effects for moderate to intermediate rotators such as FILOU. On the other hand, the parameters obtained from MESA agree well with previous results as well as by observational spectra. The best-fitting model shows that TIC 448892817 is close to entering the first turnoff of the main sequence. In order to accurately determine the effective temperature and metallicities, thus further narrowing the parameter space of this star, we suggest high-resolution spectra is highly desired in the future.
Database: 
ADS
SCOPUS
URL: 
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/#abs/2022AJ....164..218L/abstract
ADS Bibcode: 
2022AJ....164..218L
Keywords: 
Asteroseismology;Delta Scuti variable stars;Stellar oscillations;73;370;1617