
par1  Index1: emissivity index for the inner disk 
par2  Index2: emissivity index for the outer disk 
par3  Rbr: break radius separating the inner and outer portions of the disk (gravitational radii) 
par4  a: dimensionless black hole spin 
par5  Incl: disk inclination angle to the line of sight (degrees) 
par6  Rin: inner radius of the disk in units of the radius of marginal stability 
par7  Rout: outer radius of the disk in units of the radius of marginal stability 
par8  limb: limbdarkening/brightening law with 0=isotropic, 1=darkening (flux 1+2.06mu), 2=brightening (flux ln(1+1/mu)) where mu=cos(emission angle) 
norm  flux in line (photons/cm/s) 
The parameters for relconvlp are :
par1  h: height of the primary source (GM/c2̂) 
par2  a: dimensionless black hole spin 
par3  Incl: disk inclination angle to the line of sight (degrees) 
par4  Rin: inner radius of the disk in units of the radius of marginal stability 
par5  Rout: outer radius of the disk in units of the radius of marginal stability 
par6  limb: limbdarkening/brightening law with 0=isotropic, 1=darkening (flux 1+2.06mu), 2=brightening (flux ln(1+1/mu)) where mu=cos(emission angle) 
par7  gamma: powerlaw index of the primary source (Êgamma) 
norm  flux in line (photons/cm/s) 
and the parameters for relconvlpext are :
par1  a: dimensionless black hole spin 
par2  Incl: disk inclination angle to the line of sight (degrees) 
par3  Rin: inner radius of the disk in units of the radius of marginal stability 
par4  Rout: outer radius of the disk in units of the radius of marginal stability 
par5  limb: limbdarkening/brightening law with 0=isotropic, 1=darkening (flux 1+2.06mu), 2=brightening (flux ln(1+1/mu)) where mu=cos(emission angle) 
par6  gamma: powerlaw index of the primary source (Êgamma) 
par7  hbase: lower height of radially extended primary source 
par8  htop: upper height of radially extended primary source 
par9  vbase: velocity of the source at hbase 
par10  v100: velocity of the source at 100 rg above hbase 
norm  flux in line (photons/cm/s) 
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