Stellar Atmospheres: Beyond Classical Models 1991
DOI: 10.1007/978-94-011-3554-2_18
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“…We are aware that this approach clearly underestimates the emissivity for many upper chromosphere lines and it will be improved in the future through the inclusion of more levels in the NLTE calculation and/or by an approximate treatment of the NLTE effects, e.g. using the modified excitation temperatures as introduced by Schmutz (1991).…”
Section: Implementation Of Nlte-odfsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…We are aware that this approach clearly underestimates the emissivity for many upper chromosphere lines and it will be improved in the future through the inclusion of more levels in the NLTE calculation and/or by an approximate treatment of the NLTE effects, e.g. using the modified excitation temperatures as introduced by Schmutz (1991).…”
Section: Implementation Of Nlte-odfsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The CoStar models of Schaerer & de Koter (1997) include stellar winds, treat H−He in full non-LTE, and include line blanketing effects with an opacity sampling method based on Monte-Carlo simulations (Schmutz 1991). The impact of these effects on the ionizing fluxes and nebular diagnostics of H  regions has been discussed in detail by Stasińska & Schaerer (1997).…”
Section: Costarmentioning
confidence: 99%