Characteristics of the six subgiant and early red giant stars studied by Deheuvels et al. (2014).
|M/M⊙||log g||ΔΩobs (μrad s-1)|
|1.22||3.83 ± 0.04||2.00 ± 0.66|
|1.27||3.77 ± 0.02||2.92 ± 0.79|
|1.14||3.76 ±0.04||4.65 ± 0.30|
|1.26||3.71 ± 0.03||9.04 ± 0.46|
|1.39||3.68 ± 0.02||7.48 ± 0.26|
|1.07||3.60 ± 0.02||9.31 ± 0.31|
Notes. The mass were obtained with a fitting procedure using the evolution code CESTAM, log g was determined by seismic scaling relations and the amplitude of the radial-differential rotation between the center of the star and the base of the convective zone was inferred from the OLA method.
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