Pulsation versus metallicism in Am stars as revealed by LAMOST and WASP

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  • B. Smalley
    B. Smalley
  • V. Antoci
  • D. L. Holdsworth
    D. L. Holdsworth
  • D. W. Kurtz
    D. W. Kurtz
  • S. J. Murphy
  • P. De Cat
    P. De Cat
  • D. R. Anderson
    D. R. Anderson
  • G. Catanzaro
    G. Catanzaro
  • A. Collier Cameron
    A. Collier Cameron
  • C. Hellier
    C. Hellier
  • P.F.L. Maxted
    P.F.L. Maxted
  • A. J. Norton
    A. J. Norton
  • D. Pollacco
    D. Pollacco
  • V. Ripepi
    V. Ripepi
  • R. G. West
    R. G. West
  • P.J. Wheatley
    P.J. Wheatley
We present the results of a study of a large sample of A and Am stars with spectral types from LAMOST and light curves from WASP. We find that, unlike normal A stars, $\delta$ Sct pulsations in Am stars are mostly confined to the effective temperature range 6900 $
Original languageEnglish
JournalRoyal Astronomical Society. Monthly Notices
Issue number3
Pages (from-to)2662-2670
StatePublished - 1 Mar 2017

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