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What do the Observations Tell us About the Excitation of Solar Oscillation Modes?

Libbrecht, Ken G. (1988) What do the Observations Tell us About the Excitation of Solar Oscillation Modes? In: Advances in Helio- and Asteroseismology. International Astronomical Union Symposium (IAUS). No.123. Springer Netherlands , Dordrecht, pp. 359-362. ISBN 9789027726155. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20201008-112317568

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Abstract

Present theories suggest two different classes of excitation mechanisms which may be responsible for the observed amplitudes of solar p-mode oscillations—self-excitation of the modes (e.g. the κ mechanism), and stochastic excitation by turbulent convection. I discuss here the agreement and disagreement between the predictions of these two mechanisms and the observed mode amplitudes and linewidths.


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Subject Keywords:Mode Amplitude; Solar Physics; Oscillation Mode; Convection Zone; Solar Convection Zone
Series Name:International Astronomical Union Symposium (IAUS)
Issue or Number:123
DOI:10.1007/978-94-009-4009-3_73
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