- Table 1:
Physical quantities of the initial white dwarf models:
mass, surface luminosity, central temperature, central density,
radius and rotation velocity.
- Table 2:
Properties of the computed model sequences.
The first column gives the system number.
The other columns have the following meanings.
f: fraction of
of the accreted matter (see Eq. (18)),
efficiency parameter of the
rotational energy dissipation by friction,
M0.10: white dwarf mass when the ratio of the rotational energy to the gravitational
potential energy (T/W) reaches 0.10. The remaining physical quantities are also
estimated at this point, i.e., when
T/W = 0.10.
central density and temperature. R0.10: radius of white dwarf
defined on the sphere of the volume of the equipotential surface.
J0.10: total angular momentum,
moment-of-inertia-weighted mean of
- Table 3:
Continued from Table 2. The symbols in the columns have the same
meaning with those in Table 3, but when
T/W = 0.14 and
T/W = 0.18
for the indices 0.14 and 0.18, respectively.
- Table 4:
Expected properties of the gravitational waves from the selected accreting white dwarfs.