- Table 1:
Values used for the different grid parameters. The grid spacing is
listed between parentheses. Note that the grids labelled M 67 and
NGC 188 overlap in part of their age range. We have calculated models
for two extra mass ratios for a limited mass range in the M 67 grid
to more clearly resolve trends at high and low mass ratios.
- Table 2:
Ages determined from isochrone fitting for adopted values of
distance modulus and reddening. See Pols et al. (1998) for
- Table 3:
Coefficients for the fitting formula (8) for
The mass range and metallicity for which the coefficients in each column
are valid are given in the top row.
The bottom row (rms) gives the root mean square error of the fits.
- Table 4:
Results for the Z=0.02 collisions.
The first three columns give the grid parameters, followed by the collison
case (Sect. 4.3), remnant mass, mass loss parameter
(see Eq. (3)), main sequence lifetimes
for the primary, the secondary and a star of the same mass
as the remnant, the main sequence lifetime of the collision product
(see Sect. 6), the
central hydrogen abundances
after the collision and at the
start of the main sequence (see Sect. 4.4) and the offset of the
reddest point of the main sequence track in the HRD compared to a normal
star of the same mass (Sect. 6.2).
Mass and luminosity are in solar units and time is measured in Myr.
- Table 5:
As Table 4 for the Z=0.001 models.