Equation of state tables for astrophysical simulations

Here we provide equation of state (EOS) tables for astrophysical simulations explored in [1]:

See the publication for more details about the names and input parameters. When using these table please refer to our work [1].
The EOS tables are created using the open-source code SROEOS from [2,3]. As in [2], we refer to the LS220 generated EOS with the SROEOS code as LS220. For the construction of EOS tables, see also [4],

[1] H. Yasin, S. Schäfer, A. Arcones, and A. Schwenk, Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 092701 (2020)
[2] A. S. Schneider, L. F. Roberts, and C. D. Ott, Phys. Rev. C 96, 065802 (2017)
[3] A. S. Schneider, L. F. Roberts, and C. D. Ott,
[4] E. O’Connor and C. D. Ott,

For questions and feedback please contact:
Sabrina Schäfer
Almudena Arcones
Achim Schwenk

Neutrino-driven supernova trajectories and (α,n) reactions

Neutrino-driven trajectories based on a steady-state model: If you use these trajectories, please cite: Bliss et al., ApJ 855, 135 (2018) and Bliss et al., Phys. Rev. C 101, 055807 (2020).

Trajectories and nucleosynthesis for magneto-rotational supernovae

Representative trajectories for the MR-SN model 35OC-Rs (Obergaulinger & Aloy, MNRAS, 469, L43, 2017) and their nucleosynthesis (Reichert et al., MNRAS, 501, 5733, 2021) can be found here.

If you use the trajectories and/or nucleosynthesis output please cite following papers:

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