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|Title:||A photometric analysis of the neglected EW-type binary V336 TrA|
D. E. Reichart
J. B. Haislip
V. V. Kouprianov
A. P. LaCluyze
J. P. Moore
|Keywords:||Earth and Planetary Sciences|
Physics and Astronomy
|Abstract:||© 2017 Elsevier B.V. This study presents an analysis of photometric light curves and absolute parameters for the EW-type binary V336 TrA. VRI imaging observations were taken in 2013 by using the robotic telescopes PROMPT 4 and PROMPT 5 at Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (CTIO), Chile. The observed light curves were fitted by using the Wilson–Devinney method. The results showed that V336 TrA is a W-type contact binary with a mass ratio of q = 1.396. The binary is a weak contact system with a fill-out factor of f = 15.69%. The system contains components with masses of 0.653 M⊙and 0.912 M⊙for the hotter and the cooler, respectively. The location of the secondary (less massive) component on the log M−log L diagram was found to be near the TAMS. The component has evolved to be oversize and overluminous. The orbital angular momentum of the binary was found to be log Jo= 51.61 cgs, less than all detached systems for same mass. The system has undergone angular momentum and/or mass loss, during the binary evolution from the detached to contact system.|
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