# EXTENSIVE ONLINE SHOCK MODEL DATABASE

@article{Alarie2019EXTENSIVEOS,
title={EXTENSIVE ONLINE SHOCK MODEL DATABASE},
author={Alexandre Alarie and Christophe Morisset},
journal={Revista Mexicana de Astronom{\'i}a y Astrof{\'i}sica},
year={2019}
}
• Published 22 August 2019
• Physics
• Revista Mexicana de Astronomía y Astrofísica
We present a new database of fully radiative shock models calculated with the shock and photoionization code mappings v. The database architecture is built to contain diverse shock grids comprising of multiple shock parameters. It can be easily accessible through the MySQL protocol. Intensities of spectral lines from infrared to X-rays are stored along with other useful outputs such as the ionic fractions/temperature, integrated densities, etc. A web page was created in order to explore… Expand

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