sedov, vsedov, vvsedov: sedov model, separate ion, electron temperatures

Sedov model model with separate ion and electron
temperatures. This model is slow. `par1` provides a measure of
the average energy per particle (ions+electrons) and is constant
throughout the postshock flow in plane shock models (Borkowski et al.,
2001). `par2` should always be less than
`par1`. If `par2` exceeds `par1` then their
interpretations are switched (ie the larger of `par1` and
`par2` is always the mean temperature). Additional references
can be found under the help for the equil model. Several
versions are available. To switch between them use the xset **neivers** command. The versions available are:

1.0 | the version from xspec v11.1 |

1.1 | as 1.0 but with updated ionization fractions using dielectronic recombination rates from Mazzotta et al (1998) |

2.0 | same ionization fractions as 1.1 but uses AtomDB v2 to calculate the resulting spectrum |

3.x | ionization fractions and spectrum calculation uses AtomDB v3.x |

Note that versions 1.x have no emission from Ar. For versions 3.x and later additional xset options are available and are listed under the documentation for nei.

For the sedov model the parameters are:

par1 | Mean shock temperature (keV) |

par2 | Electron temperature immediately behind the shock front (keV) |

par3 | Metal abundances (He fixed at cosmic). The elements included are C, N, O, Ne, Mg, Si, S, Ar, Ca, Fe, Ni. Abundances are defined by the abund command |

par4 | Ionization age (s/cm) of the remnant (= electron density immediately behind the shock front multiplied by the age of the remnant). |

par5 | redshift |

norm | , where is the angular diameter distance to the source (cm), is the electron density (cm), and is the hydrogen density (cm). |

For the vsedov model, the parameters are:

par1 | Mean shock temperature (keV) |

par2 | Electron temperature immediately behind the shock front (keV) |

par3 | H abundance (set to 0 for no free-free continuum, otherwise 1) |

par4-par15 | Abundances for He, C, N, O, Ne, Mg, Si, S, Ar, Ca, Fe, Ni wrt Solar (defined by the abund command) |

par16 | Ionization age (s/cm) of the remnant (= electron density immediately behind the shock front multiplied by the age of the remnant). |

par17 | Redshift, z |

norm | , where is the angular diameter distance to the source (cm), is the electron density (cm), and is the hydrogen density (cm). |

Finally, for the vvsedov model, the parameters are:

par1 | Mean shock temperature (keV) |

par2 | Electron temperature immediately behind the shock front (keV) |

par3 | H abundance (set to 0 for no free-free continuum, otherwise 1) |

par4-par32 | Abundances for all elements with 2 Z 30 wrt Solar (defined by the abund command) |

par33 | Ionization age (s/cm) of the remnant (= electron density immediately behind the shock front multiplied by the age of the remnant). |

par34 | Redshift, z |

norm | , where is the angular diameter distance to the source (cm), is the electron density (cm), and is the hydrogen density (cm). |