Evolutionary tracks and isochrones for low- and intermediate-mass stars: From 0.15 to 7 , and from to 0.03

  title={Evolutionary tracks and isochrones for low- and intermediate-mass stars: From 0.15 to 7 , and from to 0.03},
  author={L{\'e}o Girardi and Alessandro Bressan and Gianpaolo Bertelli and Cesare Chiosi},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics Supplement Series},
We present a large grid of stellar evolution- ary tracks, which are suitable to modelling star clusters and galaxies by means of population synthesis. The tracks are presented for the initial chemical compositions (Z = 0:0004;Y =0 :23), (Z =0 :001;Y =0 :23), (Z =0 :004;Y = 0:24), (Z =0 :008;Y =0 :25), (Z =0 :019;Y =0 :273) (solar composition), and (Z =0 :03;Y =0 :30). They are com- puted with updated opacities and equation of state, and a moderate amount of convective overshoot. The range of… 

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