A&A 381, L49-L52 (2002)
Highly accurate calculation of rotating neutron starsM. Ansorg, A. Kleinwächter and R. Meinel
Theoretisch-Physikalisches Institut, University of Jena,
Max-Wien-Platz 1, 07743 Jena, Germany
(Received 6 November 2001/ Accepted 20 November 2001)
Abstract Key words:
A new spectral code for constructing general-relativistic models of rapidly
rotating stars with an unprecedented accuracy is presented.
As a first application,
we reexamine uniformly rotating homogeneous stars and compare our results with
those obtained by several previous codes. Moreover, representative relativistic
examples corresponding to highly flattened rotating bodies are given.
stars: rotation --
stars: neutron --
Offprint request: M. Ansorg, firstname.lastname@example.org
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