Reply To: miesm betas

#11107
Stefan Schwarz
Participant

Dear Hailey,

I cannot provide any simulation parameters, since it is almost ten years ago that I did this calibration.

You can find here:

https://owncloud.tuwien.ac.at/index.php/s/Avv9GuU4UKKHMPK (Password: esm)

an appendix of my PhD thesis, which provides a few details on the calibration process.

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