The filenames have a simple format that specifies the basic parameters.
For instance,
T1100_g55_d4f2.c100
means:
the number after "T" specifies Teff, Teff= 1100 K,
the number after "_g" specifies the surface gravity, log_10 g = 5.5
the number after "_d" specifies log_10 K_zz = 4 (eddy diffusion coefficient)
the number after "f" specifies the speed of the CO/CH_4 reaction:
(0 = "slow", 1 = "fast1", 2 = "fast2" in the nomenclature
of Hubeny & Burrows 2007)
The equilibrium models follow the same convention, only the part
"d4f2" is missing.
The individual files have the follwing structure:
- 1st column - index of the wavelegnth point
- 2nd column - frequency (Hz)
- 3rd column - wavelength (microns)
- 4th column - emergent flux in erg s^-1 cm^-2 Hz^-1 (at the surface)
- 5th column - emergent flux in erg s^-1 cm^-2 A^-1a (also, at the surface)
- 6th column - flux in mlliJanskys at a distance of 10 pc (this is the most useful quantity)