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Table 2

Parametrization of the modelled stars as a function of their mass and initial rotation period.

Mass
Prot,init 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 K1
0.5 M 115/0.5 182/0.9 238/1.3 288/1.7 334/2.0 376/2.4 417/2.7 455/3.1 492/3.4 527/3.7 561/4.0 8.5
0.6 M 56/0.7 88/1.2 115/1.7 140/2.2 162/2.7 182/3.2 202/3.6 221/4.1 238/4.5 256/4.9 272/5.4 6.2
0.7 M 30/0.9 48/1.6 63/2.2 76/2.8 88/3.5 99/4.0 110/4.6 120/5.2 129/5.7 139/6.3 148/6.8 4.4
0.8 M 18/1.1 28/1.9 37/2.7 45/3.5 52/4.2 58/5.0 64/5.7 70/6.4 76/7.1 82/7.7 87/8.4 3.1
0.9 M 11/1.3 18/2.3 23/3.3 28/4.2 32/5.1 36/6.0 40/6.8 44/7.6 48/8.5 51/9.3 54/10.1 2.2
1.0 M 7/1.5 12/2.7 15/3.9 18/4.9 21/6.0 24/7.0 27/8.0 29/9.0 31/10.0 34/10.9 36/11.9 1.7

Notes. The listed value are τc-etinit expressed in Myr and the last column gives the value of the wind braking constant K1 that only depends on the stellar mass. The rotational periods are expressed in days. We only show in this table the non-decimal part of the rotation period distribution. In our simulations, the rotation period step is 0.2 days.

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