Initial parameters and ages derived from single-star tracks assuming inhomogeneous evolution for the primary.
|Inhomogeneous primaries, single-star tracks|
|M1, i [M⊙] a||50||100||80||70||80|
|Rmax,1 [R⊙] a||1800||1200||2000||2100||2000|
|Mi, 2 [M⊙] b||15||100||46||35||50|
|vrot, i, 2[km s-1]b||230||–||170||160||130|
Notes. The upper part of the table gives the initial parameters and age defining the best-fitting single star tracks assuming a non-homogeneous evolution, as derived by the BPASS and BONNSAI tools, as well as the maximum radius reached by the primary throughout the evolution, Rmax,1. The lower part gives En−On as obtained from the best-fitting BPASS track, along with corresponding σn values in parentheses (see Sect. 6.2). Underlined values denote deviations which exceed 2σ.
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