CHEMKIN
CHEMKIN™, a software suite used worldwide in the microelectronics, combustion, and chemical processing industries, is one of the most successful and enduring products to come out of Sandia National Laboratories. CHEMKIN is a set of flexible and powerful tools for incorporating complex chemical kinetics into simulations of reacting flow. Using CHEMKIN, researchers are able to investigate thousands of reaction combinations to develop a comprehensive understanding of a particular process, which might involve multiple chemical species, concentration ranges, and gas temperatures. Since its origins nearly 30 years ago, CHEMKIN has enabled significant strides in the modeling of complex chemical processes, such as combustion. It has become the standard for anyone involved in chemistry modeling and chemically reacting flow modeling. It has also become an important educational tool in chemical engineering, mechanical engineering and chemistry curricula.
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- Bryan W. Weber, Kyle E. Niemeyer: ChemKED: a human- and machine-readable data standard for chemical kinetics experiments (2017) arXiv
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- Celis, Cesar; Figueira da Silva, Luís Fernando: Study of mass consistency LES/FDF techniques for chemically reacting flows (2015)
- Daoutidis, Prodromos: DAEs in model reduction of chemical processes: an overview (2015)
- Alajmi, A. E.; Abdalla, I. E.; Bengherbia, T.; Yang, Z.: Numerical simulation of spray combustion of conventional fuels and Biofuels (2014)
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