Volume 581, September 2015
|Number of page(s)||35|
|Section||Stellar structure and evolution|
|Published online||25 August 2015|
Important characteristics of our models.
Time averaged ionising fluxes (L), and time averaged (Q) and peak photon emission rates (Qmax) of the ionising photons for hydrogen (H), neutral helium (He) and singly ionised helium (He+) during the main-sequence evolution for each stellar sequence.
Figure C.1 shows isochrones of our stellar evolutionary calculations for several ages and rotational rates.
Isochrones of different ages of rotating stellar evolutionary models are shown in the HR diagram. The initial surface rotational velocity is chosen in steps of 100 km s-1 from non-rotating to 600 km s-1.
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