Magnetic field models of CP stars. II: HD11503, HD12098, HD12447, HD14437, HD34452, HD40312, HD178892
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We model magnetic fields of seven magnetic stars using a program for studying the structure of magnetic fields in CP stars. It appears that five of them clearly manifest the structure of a central dipole, and the remaining two can be explained by a shifted dipole model. Our previous research and the results of this study demonstrate that the dipole orientation inside the stars relative to the rotation axis can vary from 0° to 90°, both for fast and slow rotators. We can not yet solve the question of the existence of a dominant orientation due to lack of statistics. Our modeling results are consistent with those calculated using Preston’s technique in the case of a dipole field configuration.
Key wordsstars—variable and peculiar
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