Infrared flux method and colour calibrations
The Infrared Flux Method (IRFM) is one of the most accurate techniques to derive fundamental stellar parameters - namely effective temperatures, bolometric luminosities and angular diameters - in an almost model independent way. We review the method and its application to late-type dwarfs, with particular emphasis on the dependence of the resulting effective temperatures on the adopted absolute calibration. We also compare our results with a large set of recent interferometric angular diameters...[Show more]
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|Source:||Physica Scripta, Volume T133|
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