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Further Models of Planetary Nebula Spectral Evolution
Symposium - International astronomical union
Four new calculations of planetary nebulae spectral evolution are presented, as in Volk (1992). These models use the 0.64 M⊙ central star evolution track of Schönberner (1983) but with the rate of evolution accelerated by a factor of 2, as the original models evolve to the planetary nebula phase too slowly to match the observations. Models were calculated for mass-loss rates of 2.1 × 10−5 and 5.2 × 10−5 MM⊙ yr−1 using solar composition and silicate dust, and using the average observed planetarydoi:10.1017/s0074180900172109 fatcat:mcpohpr55zcmrlammkmanrzlae