# Creating and using large grids of precalculated model atmospheres for a rapid analysis of stellar spectra

@article{Zsarg2020CreatingAU,
title={Creating and using large grids of precalculated model atmospheres for a rapid analysis of stellar spectra},
author={Janos Zsarg{\'o} and Celia R. Fierro-Santill{\'a}n and Jaime Klapp and Anabel Arrieta and Lorena Arias and Jurij Mendoza Valencia and Leonardo Di G. Sigalotti and Markus Hareter and Ra{\'u}l E. Puebla},
journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
year={2020}
}
• J. Zsargó, +6 authors R. Puebla
• Published 23 September 2020
• Physics
• arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
$Aims.$ We present a database of 43,340 atmospheric models ($\sim$80,000 models at the conclusion of the project) for stars with stellar masses between 9 and 120 $M_{\odot}$, covering the region of the OB main-sequence and Wolf-Rayet (W-R) stars in the Hertzsprung--Russell (H--R) diagram. $Methods.$ The models were calculated using the ABACUS I supercomputer and the stellar atmosphere code CMFGEN. $Results.$ The parameter space has six dimensions: the effective temperature $T_{eff}$, the…
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