Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union vol:282 pages:395-396
"282nd Symposium of the International-Astronomical-Union: From Interacting Binaries to Exoplanets: Essential Modeling Tools" location:Tatranska Lominica: SLovakia date:July 18-22, 2011
We introduce a new computer program that is able to determine the flux ratio between the components of SB2 stars from time series of composite spectra. The spectra of the components are decomposed using the KOREL program and compared to synthetic spectra computed on a grid of fundamental stellar parameters. In the result, we obtain the optimized stellar parameters together with the flux ratio. The program is tested and applied to the oscillating eclipsing binary KIC 10661783 observed by the Kepler satellite mission.