Grids of stellar models with rotation - I. Models from 0.8 to 120 M⊙ at solar metallicity (Z = 0.014)

@article{Ekstrom2012GridsOS,
  title={Grids of stellar models with rotation - I. Models from 0.8 to 120 M⊙ at solar metallicity (Z = 0.014)},
  author={S. Ekstrom and C. Georgy and P. Eggenberger and G. Meynet and N. Mowlavi and A. Wyttenbach and A. Granada and T. Decressin and R. Hirschi and U. Frischknecht and C. Charbonnel and A. Maeder},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2012},
  volume={537},
  pages={1-18}
}
Aims. Many topical astrophysical research areas, such as the properties of planet host stars, the nature of the progenitors of different types of supernovae and gamma ray bursts, and the evolution of galaxies, require complete and homogeneous sets of stellar models at different metallicities in order to be studied during the whole of cosmic history. We present here a first set of models for solar metallicity, where the effects of rotation are accounted for in a homogeneous way. Methods. We… Expand
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