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Dust grain processing: A new computational method applied to a protostellar accretion shock

D. Krüger, A.B.C.D. Patzer and E. Sedlmayr

ESO Astrophysics Symposia: The role of dust in the formation of stars, E. Käufl and R. Siebenmorgen (ed.), Springer, 423-426 (1996)

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By applying a new computational multi-component method for the modelling of dust grain processing to a protostellar accretion shock we gain insight on the exact evolution of the grain size distribution function in the postshock region, where various processes act size-dependently on the grains.

Winds of red giants and supergiants: Basic physical processes, structure and appearance

E. Sedlmayr, J.M.Winters and A.J. Fleischer

Invited talk presented at the ESO Workshop: Science with the VLT Interferometer, 18-21 June 1996, Garching/Munich, Germany

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Grain formation in the winds of cool red giant stars

E. Sedlmayr and J.M.Winters

Invited talk presented at the IAU Symp. 177: The Carbon star Phenomenon, 27-31 May 1996, Antalya, Turkey

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Dynamical Models of Circumstellar Dust Shells around Long-Period Variables

A.J. Fleischer, J.M. Winters and E. Sedlmayr

Contributed talk presented at the IAU Symp. 177: The Carbon star Phenomenon, 27-31 May 1996, Antalya, Turkey

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Chemistry and Thermodynamics of the Nucleation in R CrB star shells

A. Goeres

Hydrogen-Deficient Stars, ASP Conf. Ser. 96, 69-81 (1996)

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Primary Astrophysical Dust Formation: Laboratory Desiderata

A.B.C. Patzer, T.M. Köhler, and E. Sedlmayr

Planetary and Space Science, Vol. 43, 1233-1239 (1995)

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Infrared Appearance of Dynamical Models for Circumstellar Dust Shells around Long-period variables Brightness Distributions

J.M. Winters, A.J. Fleischer, E. Sedlmayr and A. Gauger

Astrophysics & Space Science, Vol. 224, 329-332 (1995)

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Synthetic brightness profiles resulting from consistent dynamical models for circumstellar dust shells around long-period variables are presented and discussed with respect to a corresponding observation of IRC+10216.

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