We present 3-D LTE radiative transfer calculations  for H, He and Ca in accretion disks (AD) of dwarf novae in quiescence. The model disk is assumed to be in hydrostatic equilibrium vertically, and to rotate with Keplerian velocities. Calculated emission lines are fitted to phase-averaged, continuum-subtracted spectra of U Gem (Fig. 1) and T Leo (Fig. 2). Up to four parameters of the AD have been fitted: distance D, baryonic number density N, isotropic turbulence V
tu and disk temperature T; the latter two are assumed to be constant throughout the disk. Geometrical parameters are from  and .