The Victoria-Regina Stellar Models: Evolutionary Tracks and Isochrones for a Wide Range in Mass and Metallicity that Allow for Empirically Constrained Amounts of Convective Core Overshooting

@article{Vandenberg2006TheVS,
  title={The Victoria-Regina Stellar Models: Evolutionary Tracks and Isochrones for a Wide Range in Mass and Metallicity that Allow for Empirically Constrained Amounts of Convective Core Overshooting},
  author={D. Vandenberg and P. A. Bergbusch and P. Dowler},
  journal={Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2006},
  volume={162},
  pages={375-387}
}
Seventy-two grids of stellar evolutionary tracks, along with the means to generate isochrones and luminosity/color functions from them, are presented in this investigation. Sixty of them extend (and encompass) the sets of models reported by VandenBerg et al. for 17 [Fe/H] values from -2.31 to -0.30 and ?-element abundances corresponding to [?/Fe] = 0.0, 0.3, and 0.6 (at each iron abundance) to the solar metallicity and to sufficiently high masses (up to ~2.2 M?) that isochrones may be computed… Expand
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