Models of rotating massive stars: impacts of various prescriptions

@article{Meynet2013ModelsOR,
  title={Models of rotating massive stars: impacts of various prescriptions},
  author={G. Meynet and S. Ekstrom and A. Maeder and P. Eggenberger and H. Saio and V. Chomienne and L. Haemmerl'e},
  journal={Lecture Notes in Physics},
  year={2013},
  volume={865},
  pages={3-22}
}
The rotation of stars has many interesting and important consequences for the photometric and chemical evolution of galaxies. Many of the predictions of models of stellar rotation are now compared with observations of surface abundances and velocities, with interferometric studies of fast rotating stars, with internal rotation profiles as they can be deduced by asteroseismology, to cite just a few observational constraints. In this paper, we investigate how the outputs of models depend on the… Expand

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