CrunchFlow is a software package for simulating multicomponent multi-dimensional reactive transport in porous media. The code is written entirely in Fortran 90 , which allows for runtime allocation of memory for arrays, thus minimizing the memory requirements while maximizing the number of options which can be selected at runtime. Using an automatic read of a thermodynamic and kinetic database, the code can be used for reactive transport problems of arbitrary complexity and size (i.e., there is no a priori restriction on the number of species or reactions considered)
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- Steefel, C.I.; Appelo, C.A.J.; Arora, B.; Jacques, D.; Kalbacher, T.; Kolditz, O.; Lagneau, V.; Lichtner, P.C.; Mayer, K.U.; Meeussen, J.C.L.; Molins, S.; Moulton, D.; Shao, H.; Šimůnek, J.; Spycher, N.; Yabusaki, S.B.; Yeh, G.T.: Reactive transport codes for subsurface environmental simulation (2015)