[mesa-users] Proper description of MESA use

Robert Farmer rjfarmer at asu.edu
Tue Feb 7 16:33:05 EST 2017


Hi

There is the http://mesastar.org/results website to upload
inlists/run_star_extras/other file, then in papers people just point to the
http://mesastar.org site in a footer.

Rob

On Tue, Feb 7, 2017 at 2:00 PM, Michal Simon <michal.simon at stonybrook.edu>
wrote:

> Dear MESA Architects,
>
> A colleague and I are in the final stages of finishing a paper
> which makes extensive use of PMS evolutionary tracks calculated
> using the MESA code.
>
> The paper of course references the MESA publications and we thank
> those among you who have helped us over rough spots.  I thought it
> would be useful to make available  in an Appendix - or elsewhere- some
> of the details we specify in the inlists.  The only items
> that could leave readers guessing would be the abundances (we
> accept the default solar), opacity tables for the cool stars, and mixing
> length.
>
> Do you recommend anything else?
>
> Is an Appendix the place to do it or do you recommend a MESA-specific site?
>
> Thanks so much for a robust and wonderfully educational tool^*!
>
> Cheers, Mike Simon
>
> ^*And I've learned enough to know that like all powerful tools it
> has to be tested thoroughly and used carefully.
>
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