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Sustainable supercapacitor with a natural rubber-based electrolyte and natural graphite-based electrodes (2023)
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Supercapacitors are at the forefront of energy storage devices due to their ability to fulfill quick power requirements. However, safety and cost are important parameters for their real-world applications. Green materials-based electrodes and electro... Read More about Sustainable supercapacitor with a natural rubber-based electrolyte and natural graphite-based electrodes.

The Role of Thermoviscous and Thermocapillary Effects in the Cooling and Gravity-Driven Draining of Molten Free Liquid Films (2023)
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We theoretically considered two-dimensional flow in a vertically aligned thick molten liquid film to investigate the competition between cooling and gravity-driven draining, which is relevant in the formation of metallic foams. Molten liquid in films... Read More about The Role of Thermoviscous and Thermocapillary Effects in the Cooling and Gravity-Driven Draining of Molten Free Liquid Films.

A one-dimensional model for axisymmetric deformations of an inflated hyperelastic tube of finite wall thickness (2023)
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We derive a one-dimensional (1d) model for the analysis of bulging or necking in an inflated hy?perelastic tube of finite wall thickness from the three-dimensional (3d) finite elasticity theory by applying the dimension reduction methodology propose... Read More about A one-dimensional model for axisymmetric deformations of an inflated hyperelastic tube of finite wall thickness.

The Isaac Newton Telescope Monitoring Survey of Local Group Dwarf Galaxies. V. The Star Formation History of Sagittarius Dwarf Irregular Galaxy Derived from Long-period Variable Stars (2023)
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We conducted an optical monitoring survey of the Sagittarius dwarf irregular galaxy (SagDIG) during the period of 2016 June–2017 October, using the 2.5 m Isaac Newton Telescopeat La Palama. Our goal was to identify long-period variable stars (LPVs),... Read More about The Isaac Newton Telescope Monitoring Survey of Local Group Dwarf Galaxies. V. The Star Formation History of Sagittarius Dwarf Irregular Galaxy Derived from Long-period Variable Stars.

The VLT-FLAMES Tarantula Survey Observational evidence for two distinct populations of massive runaway stars in 30 Doradus (2022)
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Context. The origin of massive runaway stars is an important unsolved problem in astrophysics. Two main scenarios have been proposed, namely: dynamical ejection or release from a binary at the first core collapse. However, their relative contribution... Read More about The VLT-FLAMES Tarantula Survey Observational evidence for two distinct populations of massive runaway stars in 30 Doradus.

The HD 93963 A transiting system: A 1.04d super-Earth and a 3.65 d sub-Neptune discovered by TESS and CHEOPS (2022)
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We present the discovery of two small planets transiting HD 93963A (TOI-1797), a GOV star (M* = 1.109 ± 0.043M?, R* = 1.043 ± 0.009 R?) in a visual binary system. We combined TESS and CHEOPS space-borne photometry with MuSCAT 2 ground-based photometr... Read More about The HD 93963 A transiting system: A 1.04d super-Earth and a 3.65 d sub-Neptune discovered by TESS and CHEOPS.

Fundamental effective temperature measurements for eclipsing binary stars – II. The detached F-type eclipsing binary CPD-54 810 (2022)
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CPD-54 810 is a double-lined detached eclipsing binary containing two mid-F type dwarfs on an eccentric 26-d orbit. We perform a combined analysis of the extensive photometry obtained by the TESS space mission along with previously published observat... Read More about Fundamental effective temperature measurements for eclipsing binary stars – II. The detached F-type eclipsing binary CPD-54 810.

The effects of surface fossil magnetic fields on massive star evolution: IV. Grids of models at Solar, LMC, and SMC metallicities (2022)
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Magnetic fields can drastically change predictions of evolutionary models of massive stars via mass-loss quenching, magnetic braking, and efficient angular momentum transport, which we aim to quantify in this work. We use the MESA software instrument... Read More about The effects of surface fossil magnetic fields on massive star evolution: IV. Grids of models at Solar, LMC, and SMC metallicities.

The EBLM project – IX. Five fully convective M-dwarfs, precisely measured with CHEOPS and TESS light curves (2022)
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Eclipsing binaries are important benchmark objects to test and calibrate stellar structure and evolution models. This is especially true for binaries with a fully convective M-dwarf component for which direct measurements of these stars' masses and r... Read More about The EBLM project – IX. Five fully convective M-dwarfs, precisely measured with CHEOPS and TESS light curves.