The variable star HD 136901 = UV CrB is a chromospherically active K2 III single-lined spectroscopic binary with an orbital period of 18.665 days. It has modest-strength Ca H and K emission and UV features, while H-alpha is a strong absorption feature containing little or no emission. The inclination of the system is 53 + or - 12 deg. The v sin i of the primary is 42 + or - 2 km/s, resulting in a minimum radius of 15.5 + or - 0.8 solar. When compared with the Roche lobe radius, this results in a mass ratio of 2.90 or larger. Additional constraints indicate that the secondary has a mass between 0.85 and 1.25 solar. Thus, the mass of the primary is at least 2.5 solar and probably is in the range 2.5-4 solar.
Fekel, F.C., Kirkpatrick, J.D., Yang, X., Strassmeier, K.G. "Chromospherically Active Stars. VI. HD 136901 = UV CrB: A Massive Ellipsoidal K Giant Single-Lined Spectroscopic Binary" Astronomical Journal v.97, p.202 (1989)