Commit a0fd0d39 authored by Matthieu Schaller's avatar Matthieu Schaller
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Update the RTD to contain the correct EAGLE-Ref model parameters.

parent ee62fc73
......@@ -651,6 +651,9 @@ whilst for the more recent runs we use:
Supernova feedback: Dalla Vecchia+2012 & Schaye+2015
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Supernova and enrichment parameters in the EAGLE-Ref model
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.. code:: YAML
# EAGLE stellar enrichment and feedback model
......@@ -675,9 +678,8 @@ Supernova feedback: Dalla Vecchia+2012 & Schaye+2015
SNII_energy_fraction_n_0_H_p_cm3: 1.4588 # Pivot point for the birth density dependance of the SNII energy fraction in cm^-3.
SNII_energy_fraction_n_Z: 0.8686 # Power-law for the metallicity dependance of the SNII energy fraction.
SNII_energy_fraction_n_n: 0.8686 # Power-law for the birth density dependance of the SNII energy fraction.
SNIa_DTD: PowerLaw # Functional form of the SNIa delay time distribution Two choices: 'PowerLaw' or 'Exponential'.
SNIa_DTD: Exponential # Functional form of the SNIa delay time distribution Two choices: 'PowerLaw' or 'Exponential'.
SNIa_DTD_delay_Gyr: 0.04 # Stellar age after which SNIa start in Gyr (40 Myr corresponds to stars ~ 8 Msun).
SNIa_DTD_power_law_norm_p_Msun: 0.0012 # Normalization of the SNIa delay time distribution in the power-law DTD case (in Msun^-1).
SNIa_DTD_exp_norm_p_Msun: 0.002 # Normalization of the SNIa delay time distribution in the exponential DTD case (in Msun^-1).
SNIa_DTD_exp_timescale_Gyr: 2.0 # Time-scale of the SNIa delay time distribution in the exponential DTD case (in Gyr).
SNIa_energy_erg: 1.0e51 # Energy of one SNIa explosion in ergs.
......@@ -690,7 +692,7 @@ Supernova feedback: Dalla Vecchia+2012 & Schaye+2015
SNII_yield_factor_Nitrogen: 1.0 # (Optional) Correction factor to apply to the Nitrogen yield from the SNII channel.
SNII_yield_factor_Oxygen: 1.0 # (Optional) Correction factor to apply to the Oxygen yield from the SNII channel.
SNII_yield_factor_Neon: 1.0 # (Optional) Correction factor to apply to the Neon yield from the SNII channel.
SNII_yield_factor_Magnesium: 4.0 # (Optional) Correction factor to apply to the Magnesium yield from the SNII channel.
SNII_yield_factor_Magnesium: 2.0 # (Optional) Correction factor to apply to the Magnesium yield from the SNII channel.
SNII_yield_factor_Silicon: 1.0 # (Optional) Correction factor to apply to the Silicon yield from the SNII channel.
SNII_yield_factor_Iron: 0.5 # (Optional) Correction factor to apply to the Iron yield from the SNII channel.
......@@ -699,9 +701,7 @@ different from the value (:math:`0.67`) reported in table 3 of `Schaye
(2015) <http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2015MNRAS.446..521S>`_ , as a factor
of :math:`h^{-2} = 0.6777^{-2} = 2.1773` is missing in the paper.
The Magnesium yields from SNII have also been doubled since the
original EAGLE simulations were run and the minimal mass for SNII stars has
been raised to 8 solar masses (from 6).
The minimal mass for SNII stars has been raised to 8 solar masses (from 6).
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