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Fig. 9


3D schematic view of the magnetic star at the rotation phase 0.0 of our modelling (see the text). The rotation (red, labelled Ω), magnetic (blue, labelled B), and Cartesian (x, y, z) axes are represented outside (full lines) and inside the star (dotted lines). The x axis is pointing towards the observer. The arrows representing the inclination angle (i) and magnetic obliquity (β) angles point towards positive values. The parallels at 30, 60, and 90° of latitude are plotted with respect to the rotation axis for display purpose. The arrows superimposed with the parallels indicate the direction of rotation of the star. The positive magnetic pole () is plotted as a large blue dot at the intersection of the magnetic axis and the surface of the star.

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