A Large Stellar Evolution Database for Population Synthesis Studies. I. Scaled Solar Models and Isochrones

@inproceedings{Pietrinferni2004ALS,
  title={A Large Stellar Evolution Database for Population Synthesis Studies. I. Scaled Solar Models and Isochrones},
  author={Adriano Pietrinferni and Santi Cassisi and Maurizio Salaris and Fiorella Castelli},
  year={2004}
}
  • Adriano Pietrinferni, Santi Cassisi, +1 author Fiorella Castelli
  • Published 2004
  • Physics
  • We present a large and updated stellar evolution database for low-, intermediate-, and high-mass stars in a wide metallicity range, suitable for studying Galactic and extragalactic simple and composite stellar populations using population synthesis techniques. The stellar mass range is between � 0.5 and 10 Mwith a fine mass spacing. The metallicity (Fe/H) comprises 10 values ranging from � 2.27 to 0.40, with a scaled solar metal distribution. The initial He mass fraction ranges from Y ¼ 0:245… CONTINUE READING

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