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The periodic outburst shows a distinguishable pattern of slow rise to maximum brightness, and subsequent rapid collapse. LU-LSP-b16 — DiLab To investigate this possible origin of the profile of the periodic signal, we performed a series of numerical simulations of the accretion disc of the primary. The WWZ statistic of the raw data top leftusing period bins and time bins. We are thankful to the anonymous reviewer for comments that have been very useful in improving this article.

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As the data slices only span approximately one period of , they must be considered illustrative at this point. The resulting particle flux, seen in Fig. The LSP series operates at a switching frequency of KHz thus allowing smaller sized filter components than what would be needed with lower frequency switching regulators. This result naturally pertains to the accretion near the ISCO of the primary black hole as well, with the time-scales scaled up accordingly.

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Related articles in Web of Science Google Scholar. Slices of the data set illustrating the Lorentz contracted short period fits of 4. An xy plot of the simulation data x -axis lzp observed data y -axisafter subtracting the mean and normalization. Sign In or Create an Account. It has sections of dense time coverage, and is largely independent from previously published data.

Short time-scale periodicity in OJ P. The frequency of observations prior to February, when the secondary could have been visible, was too low to search for very rapid variations in the time-scale of hours. The output version included fixed 3.

Theoretically, the lack of the shorter components is understood, since the secondary was behind the disc of the primary during both of the intense campaigns. The dominant period extracted from Fig. The result is quite robust and independent of the exact data set used, and whether the October outburst data are included or not. No statistically significant shorter periods were found. Thus another interesting time-scale would be the observed d period divided by the Lorentz factor, i.

To reduce the low power noise in the data, we also detrended the data with a linear fit before calculating the WWZ statistic. We are confident that this effect is due to the extremely pathological time sampling. This period shows up strongly during the first intense observation period Fig.

Email alerts New issue alert. Within the limits of uncertainties, it is possible that this could be a higher harmonic of of the d period.

To this end, we separated the two observing seasons from the one day binned data, and calculated the WWZ statistic for both parts. The method attempts to compensate for the uneven spacing of data, a serious problem in many astronomical time series, and particularly so in the case of OJ The detection is not significant throughout the entire data slice, and the period is near the length of the data set. In progress issue alert.

LU-LSP-b16 — DiLab We stress the importance of the dense coverage of observations of OJ The feature is significantly present in the first observing season, but not so in the second. We are thankful to the anonymous reviewer for comments that have been very useful in improving this article. Operating voltage can be up to 40V. Voltage mode non-synchronous PWM control. Regarding protected function, thermal shutdown is to prevent over temperature operating from damage, and lspp limit is against over current operating of the output switch.

Based on the theoretical suggestion of the existence of spiral density waves in a system like OJand this simulation we conclude that the d period is very likely related to accretion in a disc with a spiral density wave. LU-LSP-b16 Both of these peaks rise above the significance level near the end of the data set, though barely, and as the length of the data is It led to a very definite solution which is here investigated further.

Thus, we affix some doubt on the LSP results of the whole data set. Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic. Finally, we divide the second data set further into two halves at day The time coverage of this data set is too short to say much about this time-scale. The typical d cycle exhibits a slow rise of brightness and a rapid dimming before the start of the new cycle. It would seem to imply that we do not see the signal ls the secondary at this time.

The WWZ method in contrast is local, in the sense that it gives information on periodicity near some specific point of time in the data. Most Related.

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Zolobar Positive to negative converter. Here we have a data set of an order of magnitude larger yet, and it allows us to study also a longer interval of time. Abstract We have studied short-term variations of the blazar OJsuspected to host a supermassive black hole binary. Due to reducing the number of external component, the board space can be saved easily. Episodic excursions of low-mass protostars on the Hertzsprung—Russell diagram. Based on the theoretical suggestion of the existence of spiral density waves in a system like OJand this simulation we conclude that the d period is ,sp likely related to accretion in a disc with a spiral density wave. Latest Most Read Most Cited Relaxation by thermal conduction of a magnetically confined mountain on an accreting neutron star.

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Virg Thus, we affix some doubt on the LSP results of the whole data set. As is evident from Fig. This result naturally pertains to the accretion near the ISCO of the primary black hole as well, with the time-scales scaled up accordingly. To look for possible periodicities and ascertain their significances, we employ two methods: The output version included fixed 3. In progress issue alert. Thus another interesting time-scale would the observed d period divided by the Lorentz factor, i. The typical d cycle exhibits a slow rise of brightness and a rapid dimming before the start of the new cycle.

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