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 the_lumberjacks [2014/06/11 15:45]warren the_lumberjacks [2014/06/11 15:47] (current)warren Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2014/06/11 15:47 warren 2014/06/11 15:45 warren 2014/06/11 15:40 warren 2014/06/11 15:07 warren 2014/06/11 15:05 warren 2014/06/11 15:03 warren 2014/06/11 14:46 warren 2014/06/11 14:37 warren 2014/06/09 14:37 dombos Added roles, goals, and links2014/06/06 17:23 dombos Created Page2014/06/06 17:22 dombos created 2014/06/11 15:47 warren 2014/06/11 15:45 warren 2014/06/11 15:40 warren 2014/06/11 15:07 warren 2014/06/11 15:05 warren 2014/06/11 15:03 warren 2014/06/11 14:46 warren 2014/06/11 14:37 warren 2014/06/09 14:37 dombos Added roles, goals, and links2014/06/06 17:23 dombos Created Page2014/06/06 17:22 dombos created Line 38: Line 38: The free parameters in these trajectories are the initial temperatures and densities as well as the electron fraction. ​ The initial temperature of 37Gk and initial density of $1\times 10^{9}$ g/cm${^3}$. The electron fraction was given values of 0.42, 0.44, 0.46, 0.48, and 0.50. The free parameters in these trajectories are the initial temperatures and densities as well as the electron fraction. ​ The initial temperature of 37Gk and initial density of $1\times 10^{9}$ g/cm${^3}$. The electron fraction was given values of 0.42, 0.44, 0.46, 0.48, and 0.50. - We started the network calculation when the temperature ​reached ​10GK.  This is a safe approximation since above this temperature,​ the material will be in Nuclear Statistical Equilibrium and the evolution of the abundances will not be set by the thermal history. ​ We used a network of 4510 isotopes, ranging from free nucleons to fermium (Z=100). + We started the network calculation when the temperature ​reaches ​10GK.  This is a safe approximation since above this temperature,​ the material will be in Nuclear Statistical Equilibrium and the evolution of the abundances will not be set by the thermal history. ​ We used a network of 4510 isotopes, ranging from free nucleons to fermium (Z=100). ===== References ===== ===== References =====