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Title:Expansion Of The Hitemp Database
Author(s):Hargreaves, Robert J.
Contributor(s):Rothman, Laurence S.; Gordon, Iouli E.; Conway, Eamon K
Subject(s):Linelists
Abstract:The high-temperature molecular spectroscopic database, HITEMP [1], aims to provide line lists for use in the modeling of high-temperature environments. Usage can range from the sensing of specific transitions in combustion processes to simulating the broadband opacities of exoplanet atmospheres. One challenge has been to balance the substantial quantity of transitions necessary for high-temperature applications, while remaining practical for use in line-by-line radiative transfer calculations. For methane [2], a method was devised to compress the very weak intensities of the underlying \emph{ab initio} transitions into ``effective'' lines, which can be used in regular radiative transfer calculations.\newline \newline The HITEMP database currently constitutes line lists for eight molecules (H$_2$O, CO$_2$, N$_2$O, CO, CH$_4$, NO, NO$_2$, OH) and this talk will summarize the recent updates and additions to the HITEMP2010 data [2,3,4], including the new line list for water vapor [5]. A brief discussion of the remaining updates and proposed additions will also be included.\newline \newline [1] L.S. Rothman, et al. (2010), \emph{JQSRT} \textbf{111}, 2139-2150\newline [2] R.J. Hargreaves, et al. (2020), \emph{ApJS} \textbf{247}, A55\newline [3] R.J. Hargreaves, et al. (2019), \emph{JQSRT} \textbf{232}, 35-53\newline [4] G. Li, et al. (2015), \emph{ApJS} \textbf{216}, A15\newline [5] E.K. Conway, et al. (2021), \emph{JQSRT}, in prep\newline
Issue Date:2021-06-23
Publisher:International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/111207
Date Available in IDEALS:2021-09-24


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