We present the first results of a study which will attempt to analyze the combined Voyager and IUE observations of cataclysmic variables using steady-state accretion disk models. Initially we use flux ratio diagrams to determine if a combination of models will suffice or if new ingredients are necessary.
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Carone, T.E., Polidan, R.S. & Wade, R.A. Preliminary results of improved model fits to the extreme and far UV observations of cataclysmic variables. Astrophys Space Sci 130, 239–242 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00655001
- Accretion Disk
- Flux Ratio
- Improve Model
- Disk Model
- Cataclysmic Variable