Cantera

Cantera: An Object-Oriented Software Toolkit for Chemical Kinetics, Thermodynamics, and Transport Processes. Cantera is a suite of object-oriented software tools for problems involving chemical kinetics, thermodynamics, and/or transport processes. Cantera provides types (or classes) of objects representing phases of matter, interfaces between these phases, reaction managers, time-dependent reactor networks, and steady one-dimensional reacting flows. Cantera is currently used for applications including combustion, detonations, electrochemical energy conversion and storage, fuel cells, batteries, aqueous electrolyte solutions, plasmas, and thin film deposition.


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  1. Galassi, Riccardo Malpica; Ciottoli, Pietro Paolo; Valorani, Mauro; Im, Hong G.: An adaptive time-integration scheme for stiff chemistry based on computational singular perturbation and artificial neural networks (2022)
  2. Peng, Han; Atkins, Chay W. C.; Deiterding, Ralf: A solver for simulating shock-induced combustion on curvilinear adaptive meshes (2022)
  3. Abdelsamie, Abouelmagd; Lartigue, Ghislain; Frouzakis, Christos E.; Thévenin, Dominique: The Taylor-Green vortex as a benchmark for high-fidelity combustion simulations using low-Mach solvers (2021)
  4. Desai, Swapnil; Kim, Yu Jeong; Song, Wonsik; Luong, Minh Bau; Hernández Pérez, Francisco E.; Sankaran, Ramanan; Im, Hong G.: Direct numerical simulations of turbulent reacting flows with shock waves and stiff chemistry using many-core/GPU acceleration (2021)
  5. Illana, Enric; Mira, Daniel; Mura, Arnaud: An extended flame index partitioning for partially premixed combustion (2021)
  6. Lee, H. C.; Dai, P.; Wan, M.; Lipatnikov, A. N.: Influence of molecular transport on burning rate and conditioned species concentrations in highly turbulent premixed flames (2021)
  7. Maionchi, D. O.; Santos, F. P.; Melguizo-Gavilanes, J.; Endo Kokubun, M. A.: A generalised spray-flamelet formulation by means of a monotonic variable (2021)
  8. Masset, Pierre-Alexandre; Dounia, Omar; Selle, Laurent: Fully explicit formulae for flame speed in infinite and finite porous media (2021)
  9. Milan, Petro Junior; Hickey, Jean-Pierre; Wang, Xingjian; Yang, Vigor: Deep-learning accelerated calculation of real-fluid properties in numerical simulation of complex flowfields (2021)
  10. Shields, Ben; Freund, Jonathan B.; Pantano, Carlos: Stationary ethylene-air edge flames in a wedge-shaped region at low and high strain rates (2021)
  11. Victoria B. Stephens, David O. Lignell: One-dimensional turbulence (ODT): Computationally efficient modeling and simulation of turbulent flows (2021) not zbMATH
  12. Acampora, Luigi; Marra, Francesco S.: Numerical algorithms for the parametric continuation of stiff ODEs deriving from the modeling of combustion with detailed chemical mechanisms (2020)
  13. Chung, Joseph D.; Zhang, Xiao; Kaplan, Carolyn R.; Oran, Elaine S.: The barely implicit correction algorithm for low-Mach-number flows. II: Application to reactive flows (2020)
  14. Cuadra, Alberto; Huete, César; Vera, Marcos: Effect of equivalence ratio fluctuations on planar detonation discontinuities (2020)
  15. Deng, Xi; Boivin, Pierre: Diffuse interface modelling of reactive multi-phase flows applied to a sub-critical cryogenic jet (2020)
  16. Esclapez, Lucas; Ricchiuti, Valentina; Bell, John B.; Day, Marcus S.: A spectral deferred correction strategy for low Mach number reacting flows subject to electric fields (2020)
  17. Fiolitakis, A.; Arndt, C. M.: Transported PDF simulation of auto-ignition of a turbulent methane jet in a hot, vitiated coflow (2020)
  18. Fursenko, Roman; Maznoy, Anatoly: A simple model with detailed chemistry for estimation of (\mathrmNO_x) and CO emission of porous burners (2020)
  19. Johnson, Ryan F.; Kercher, Andrew D.: A conservative discontinuous Galerkin discretization for the chemically reacting Navier-Stokes equations (2020)
  20. Li, Tao; Pan, Jiaying; Kong, Fanfu; Xu, Baopeng; Wang, Xiaohan: A quasi-direct numerical simulation solver for compressible reacting flows (2020)

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