Models for the Vienna NLTE7 code comparison workshop

Code must be compiled with make EXTRA="-DUSE_NLTE7" -j4 - to enable the NLTE7 code output options.

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Physical values left to be added to the output

ploss The radiative power losses: bound-bound, bound-free, free-free, and total. Units: erg/sec/cm3.

< G tot > The total destruction population flux of this level. Units are 1/sec. Note that the definition of this parameter is different from the previous meetings (it used to be rate, not population×rate).

<f_ G collBB > The fractional contribution of electron collision excitation/de-excitation processes to < G tot >.

<f_ G photoBB > The fractional contribution of bound-bound radiation processes to < G tot >.

<f_ G collBF > The fractional contribution of electron collision ionization-recombination processes to < G tot >.

<f_ G photoBF > The fractional contribution of photo-ionization-recombination to < G tot >.

<f_ G auto > The fractional contribution of auto-ionization/dielectronic recombination processes to < G tot >.

< Q tot > The total creation population flux for this level. For steady-state condition |< G tot >| = |< Q tot >|. Units are 1/sec.

<f_ Q collBB > The fractional contribution of electron collision excitation/de-excitation processes to < Q tot >.

<f_ Q photoBB > The fractional contribution of bound-bound radiation processes to < Q tot >.

<f_ Q collBF > The fractional contribution of electron collision ionization-recombination processes to < Q tot >.

<f_ Q photoBF > The fractional contribution of photo-ionization-recombination to < Q tot >.

<f_ Q auto > The fractional contribution of auto-ionization/dielectronic recombination processes to < Q tot >.

<occK> Occupation number: for this energy level, the number of electrons in the K shell. Users of configuration interaction codes might wish to use the dominant configuration to assign this value.

<occL> The number of electrons in the L shell. ... <nouter> The principal quantum number of the outermost electron in that energy level.

Section 5 of the output file is for spectra. It doesn't look too difficult to add but I leave this here as a reminder.