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Table A.1

Functional dependence of the mass loss rate on stellar and wind parameters for each algorithm combination and mass loss phase.

ID V-dJ-NL V-NJ-NL V-vL-NL V-dJ-H V-NJ-H V-vL-H

Hot if Teff< 22.5 kK
if Teff> 27.5 kK

Cool L 1.24 M 0.16 R 0.81 L 1.24 M 0.16 R 0.81

WR L1.510− 2.85Xs if log 10(L/L) > 4.5
L6.8 if log 10(L/L) ≤ 4.5

ID K-dJ-NL K-NJ-NL K-vL-NL K-dJ-H K-NJ-H K-vL-H

Hot

Cool L 1.24 M 0.16 R 0.81 L 1.24 M 0.16 R 0.81

WR L1.510− 2.85Xs if log 10(L/L) > 4.5
L6.8 if log 10(L/L) ≤ 4.5

Notes. L is the luminosity, M is the mass, vesc is the escape velocity, v is the final velocity of the wind, vth is the thermal velocity, Teff is the effective temperature, R the radius, ΓE = L/LEdd the Eddington ratio, and Xs, Ys, and Zs are the surface hydrogen abundance, helium abundance, and metallicity, respectively. The scalings are obtained from the algorithms described in Appendix A, and errors and overall multiplying factors are omitted for the sake of brevity. See Table 2 for the naming convention for mass loss algorithm combinations.

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