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Table 1

Basic model parameters for the standard T Tauri disk.

Quantity Symbol Value

Stellar mass M 0.7 M
Effective temperature T eff 4000 K
Stellar luminosity L 1.0 L
FUV excess f UV 0.01
p UV 1.3
Cosmic ray ionization rate ζ CR 1.7 × 10-17 s-1
Chemical heating efficiency γ chem 0.2

Disk gas mass1 M gas 0.033 M
dust-to-gas mass ratio δ 0.01
Inner disk radius R in 0.07 au
Outer disk radius2 R out 700 au
Tapered edge radius R taper 100 au
Radial column density power index ϵ 1.0
Reference radius R 0 100 au
Scale height at R0 H 0 10.0 au
Disk flaring power index β 1.15

Minimum dust particle radius a min 0.05 μm
Maximum dust particle radius a max 3000.0 μm
Dust size distribution power index a pow 3.5



The disk mass is a factor 3.3 higher than in the original Woitke et al. (2016) model.


The outer radius is defined as the radius where the surface density column drops to N⟨ H ⟩ ,ver = 1020 cm-2.

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