Table 3: Rotating WR+O progenitor models. N is the number of the model, $M_{\rm 1,in}$ and $M_{\rm 2,in}$ are initial masses of the primary and the secondary, $p_{\rm in}$ is the initial orbital period and $q_{\rm in}$ is the initial mass ratio of the binary system. $t_{\rm A}$ is the time when Case A mass transfer starts, $\Delta t_{\rm f}$is the duration of the the fast phase of Case A mass transfer, $\dot M_{\rm tr}^{\rm max}$ is the maximum mass transfer rate, $\Delta M_{\rm 1,f}$ and $\Delta M_{\rm 2,f}$ are mass loss of the primary and mass gain of the secondary (respectively) during the fast Case A, $\Delta t_{\rm s}$ is the duration of slow Case A mass transfer, $\Delta M_{\rm 1,s}$ and $\Delta M_{\rm 2,s}$ are mass loss of the primary and mass gain of the secondary (respectively) during the slow Case A, $p_{\rm AB}$ is the orbital period at the onset of Case AB, $\Delta M_{\rm 1,AB}$ is the mass loss of the primary during Case AB (mass gain of the secondary is 1/10 of this, see Sect. 4), $M_{\rm WR,5}$ is the WR mass when the hydrogen surface abundance is $X_{\rm s}=0.05$, $M_{\rm O}$ is the mass of the corresponding O star, q is the mass ratio $M_{\rm WR}/M_{\rm O}$, p is the orbital period of the WR+O system and $M_{\rm WR,1}$ is WR mass with $X_{\rm s}/le0.01$. The models are computed with a stellar wind mass loss of Hamann/6 except :$^{\rm *}$ Hamann/3, $^{\rm **}$ Hamann/2.
c indicates a contact phase.

N

$M_{\rm 1,in}$ $M_{\rm 2,in}$ $p_{\rm in}$ $q_{\rm in}$ $t_{\rm A}$ $\Delta t_{\rm f}$ $\dot M_{\rm tr}^{\rm max}$ $\Delta M_{\rm 1,f},\Delta M_{\rm 2,f}$ $\Delta t_{\rm s}$ $\Delta M_{\rm 1,s},\Delta M_{\rm 2,s}$ $p_{\rm AB}$ $\Delta M_{\rm 1,AB}$ $M_{\rm WR,5}(1),M_{\rm O}$ q p
  $~{M}_{\odot}$ $~{M}_{\odot}$ $\rm d$   $10^{\rm 6}~ \rm yr$ $10^{\rm 4}~ \rm yr$ $~{M}_{\odot}/\rm yr$ $~{M}_{\odot}$ $10^{\rm 6}~ \rm yr$ $~{M}_{\odot}$ $\rm d$ $~{M}_{\odot}$ $~{M}_{\odot}$   $\rm d$
R1 41 20 6 2.05 3.4 1.5 6.5 18.67,3.33 0.58 2.38(1.37),0.81 3.97 6.61 11.0(10.2),23.98 0.46 9.78
R2$^{\rm **}$ 41 20 6 2.05 3.4 1.5 6.5 18.67,3.33 0.10 0.32(0.11),0.20 4.77 2.96 10.4(9.0),23.20 0.45 7.92
R3 41 24 3 1.71 2.6 1.5 3.9 15.47,5.04 1.34 9.38(1.00),7.54 4.27 6.32 8.2(7.6),36.17 0.23 17.86
R4 41 24 6 1.71 3.4 2.6 3.8 17.75,4.06 0.68 2.55(0.9),1.53 5.66 7.25 11.2(10.5),29.27 0.38 16.42
R5 56 33 6 1.70 2.4 3.7 3.2 19.32,2.91 0.98 11.93(4.13),6.98 6.09 4.88 14.9(13.6),42.09 0.35 11.59
R6$^{\rm *}$ 56 33 6 1.70 2.4 3.7 3.2 19.32,2.91 0.90 10.93(6.42),3.91 6.64 1.8 14.8(12.8),38.99 0.38 8.53
R7$^{\rm **}$ 56 33 6 1.70 2.4 3.7 3.2 19.32,2.91 0.45 3.24(0.65),2.27 8.43 0.0 11.2(8.8),37.04 0.30 8.43
R8 60 35 6 1.71 2.3 2.2 3.0 19.97,3.98 0.92 12.32(4.20),7.21 6.58 5.27 15.7(14.6),45.13 0.35 12.75
R9$^{\rm *}$ 60 35 6 1.71 2.3 2.2 3.0 19.97,3.98 0.84 11.42(6.26),4.58 7.64 0.0 14.9(12.2),42.43 0.35 7.64


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