Table 2:

Summary of the basic properties and fitting results.
  Input parameters Best fit parameters
Object $T_{\rm eff}$ [K] $V_{\rm gas}$ [km s-1] D [pc] $\vec{\tau} _{\lambda}$ $T_{\rm a}$ [K] $T_{\rm d}$ [K] $r_{\rm d}$ [ $^{\prime \prime }$] $Y_{\rm d}$
AQ And 2700 15 825 0.003 1200 27.9-27.5-29.1-30.5-32.4-40.4-44.8 51-48-41-35-30-14-10 1.17-1.01-1.1-1.01-1.1-2-1.5

U Ant

2800 19 260 0.002 1000 39.3 40 1.3

TT Cyg

2800 13.5 510 0.002 1000 28.3-30.6-34-36.8-45 33-26-19-14-7 1.16-1.13-1.11-1.11-2
  Models outputs    
Object $\dot{M}_{\rm a}$ [ $M_{\odot}~{\rm yr}^{-1}$] $\dot{M}\ (\times10^{-7}$) [ $M_{\odot}~{\rm yr}^{-1}$] L [$L_{\odot}$] ${M}\ (\times10^{-3}$) [$M_{\odot}$]    
AQ And $1 \times 10^{-10}$ 74-152-9-57-3-0.6-0.3 12 000 20    

U Ant

$1 \times 10^{-10}$ 7 8000 $3.8\times10^{-2}$    

TT Cyg

$1.3\times10^{-9}$ 2-3-0.2-0.1-0.09 2700 0.6    

Notes.  $T_{\rm eff}$ is the adopted effective temperature, $V_{\rm gas}$ the terminal velocity derived from CO line measurements, D the distance to the star, $\vec{\tau} _{\lambda}$ is the overall optical depth at 0.55 $\mu $m, $T_{\rm a}$ the inner temperature of the attached shell, $T_{\rm d}$ the inner dust temperature of the detached shell(s), $r_{\rm d}$ the inner radius of the detached shell(s), $Y_{\rm d}$ the detached shell(s) thickness in inner shell radius units, L the luminosity, $\dot{M}_a$ the actual mass-loss rate, $\dot{M}$ the mass-loss rate of the detached shell(s), and M the total dust and gas mass-loss.

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