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Binary Evolution: Roche Lobe Overflow and Blue Stragglers

  • Natalia IvanovaEmail author
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Part of the Astrophysics and Space Science Library book series (ASSL, volume 413)

Abstract

One of the principal mechanisms that is responsible for the origin of blue stragglers is mass transfer that takes place while one of the binary companions overfills its Roche lobe. In this Chapter, we overview the theoretical understanding of mass transfer via Roche lobe overflow: classification, how both the donor and of the accretor respond to the mass transfer on different timescales (adiabatic response, equilibrium response, superadiabatic response, time-dependent response) for different types of their envelopes (convective and radiative). These responses, as well as the assumption on how liberal the process is, are discussed in terms of the stability of the ensuing mass transfer. The predictions of the theory of mass transfer via Roche lobe overflow are then briefly compared with the observed mass-transferring systems with both degenerate and non-degenerate donors. We conclude with the discussion which cases of mass transfer and which primordial binaries could be responsible for blue stragglers formation via Roche lobe overflow, as well as how this can be enhanced for blue stragglers formed in globular clusters

Keywords

Mass Transfer Rate Globular Cluster Roche Lobe Convective Envelope Angular Momentum Loss 
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Notes

Acknowledgements

N. Ivanova acknowledges support from NSERC Discovery and Canada Research Chairs programs.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of AlbertaEdmontonCanada

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