par Paladini, Claudia ;Jorissen, Alain ;Siopis, Christos ;Sadowski, Gilles ;Shulyak, Denis;Li Causi, Gianluca Luca G.
Référence Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 9146, 914633
Publication Publié, 2014
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Observing late type stars with an interferometer is rather "easy" because of their brightness in the near-infrared and their extended atmosphere. On the other hand the interpretation of interferometric observations is very tricky, especially when it comes to asymmetric structures detected via phase measurements. Our team developed dedicated 2D Roche lobe models to interpret observations of binary candidates. The models are generated through a software that simulates binary systems in a realistic way, using a Roche representation of the stellar surfaces and the MARCS stellar atmosphere models. In this contribution we present the method and show examples of synthetic interferometric data.