GRI-Mech 3.0

GRI-Mech 3.0 is an optimized mechanism designed to model natural gas combustion, including NO formation and reburn chemistry. It is the successor to version 2.11, and another step in the continuing updating evolution of the mechanism. The optimization process is designed to provide sound basic kinetics which also furnish the best combined modeling predictability of basic combustion properties. Improvements were made in the categories of updating the kinetics with recent literature results, including some new and improved target experiments to the optimization, expanding the mechanism and target selection, and examining the sensitivity to the thermodynamics.

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  1. Bykov, V.; Gubernov, V. V.; Maas, U.: Mechanisms performance and pressure dependence of hydrogen/air burner-stabilized flames (2018)
  2. Hegde, Arun; Li, Wenyu; Oreluk, James; Packard, Andrew; Frenklach, Michael: Consistency analysis for massively inconsistent datasets in bound-to-bound data collaboration (2018)
  3. Jeon, Min-Kyu; Kim, Nam Il: Fuel pyrolysis and its effects on soot formation in non-premixed laminar jet flames of methane, propane, and DME (2018)
  4. Kim, Hun Young; Lee, Jiseop; Kim, Nam Il: Effects of N(_2)/CO(_2) dilution on flame propagation velocities and quenching distances of oxy-methane premixed mixtures using an annular-stepwise-diverging-tube (ASDT) (2018)
  5. Morrison, Rebecca E.; Oliver, Todd A.; Moser, Robert D.: Representing model inadequacy: a stochastic operator approach (2018)
  6. Tang, Kunkun; Massa, Luca; Wang, Jonathan; Freund, Jonathan B.: An adaptive least-squares global sensitivity method and application to a plasma-coupled combustion prediction with parametric correlation (2018)
  7. Xie, Qing; Xiao, Zhixiang; Ren, Zhuyin: A spectral radius scaling semi-implicit iterative time stepping method for reactive flow simulations with detailed chemistry (2018)
  8. Fooladgar, Ehsan; Chan, C. K.; Nogenmyr, Karl-Johan: An accelerated computation of combustion with finite-rate chemistry using LES and an open source library for in-situ-adaptive tabulation (2017)
  9. Kang, Xin; Gollan, Rowan J.; Jacobs, Peter A.; Veeraragavan, Ananthanarayanan: On the influence of modelling choices on combustion in narrow channels (2017)
  10. Carpio, Jaime; Prieto, Juan Luis; Vera, Marcos: A local anisotropic adaptive algorithm for the solution of low-Mach transient combustion problems (2016)
  11. Frenklach, Michael; Packard, Andrew; Garcia-Donato, Gonzalo; Paulo, Rui; Sacks, Jerome: Comparison of statistical and deterministic frameworks of uncertainty quantification (2016)
  12. MacArt, Jonathan F.; Mueller, Michael E.: Semi-implicit iterative methods for low Mach number turbulent reacting flows: operator splitting versus approximate factorization (2016)
  13. Trisjono, Philipp; Kang, Seongwon; Pitsch, Heinz: On a consistent high-order finite difference scheme with kinetic energy conservation for simulating turbulent reacting flows (2016)
  14. Winokur, J.; Kim, D.; Bisetti, F.; Le Maître, O. P.; Knio, O. M.: Sparse pseudo spectral projection methods with directional adaptation for uncertainty quantification (2016)
  15. Yonkee, Nathan; Sutherland, James C.: PoKiTT: exposing task and data parallelism on heterogeneous architectures for detailed chemical kinetics, transport, and thermodynamics calculations (2016)
  16. Savard, B.; Xuan, Y.; Bobbitt, B.; Blanquart, G.: A computationally-efficient, semi-implicit, iterative method for the time-integration of reacting flows with stiff chemistry (2015)
  17. Tóth, János; Nagy, Attila László; Zsély, István Gyula: Structural analysis of combustion mechanisms (2015)
  18. Ren, Zhuyin; Xu, Chao; Lu, Tianfeng; Singer, Michael A.: Dynamic adaptive chemistry with operator splitting schemes for reactive flow simulations (2014)
  19. Avdić, Amer; Kuenne, Guido; Ketelheun, Anja; Sadiki, Amsini; Jakirlić, Suad; Janicka, Johannes: High performance computing of the Darmstadt stratified burner by means of large eddy simulation and a joint ATF-FGM approach (2013)
  20. Fischer, Marc; Riedel, Uwe: Combustion chemistry and parameter estimation (2013)

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