Model for an accretion disk broad emission line with the black hole spin allowed to be a free parameter. A detailed description can be found in Brenneman & Reynolds (2006).
This model is quite slow so is best used after models such as laor or diskline have been employed to get an estimate of the best-fit parameters.
|par1||rest frame line energy (keV)|
|par2||emissivity index for the inner disk|
|par3||emissivity index for the outer disk|
|par4||break radius separating the inner and outer portions of the disk (gravitational radii)|
|par5||dimensionless black hole spin|
|par6||disk inclination angle to the line of sight (degrees)|
|par7||inner radius of the disk in units of the radius of marginal stability|
|par8||outer radius of the disk in units of the radius of marginal stability|
|norm||flux in line (photons/cm/s)|