TRANSPORT

A FORTRAN COMPUTER CODE PACKAGE FOR THE EVALUATION OF GAS-PHASE, MULTICOMPONENT TRANSPORT PROPERTIES. This report documents a FORTRAN computer code package that is used for the evaluation of gas-phase multicomponent viscosities, thermal conductivities, diffusion coefficients, and thermal diffusion coefficients. The TRANSPORT Property package is in two parts. The first is a preprocessor that computes polynomial fits to the temperature dependent parts of the pure species viscosities and binary diffusion coefficients. The coefficients of these fits are passed to a library of subroutines via a linking file. Then, any subroutine from this library may be called to return either pure species properties or multicomponent gas mixture properties. This package uses the gas-phase chemical kinetics package CHEMKIN-III, and the TRANSPORT property subroutines are designed to be used in conjunction with the CHEMKIN-III subroutine library.


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  1. Zhang, Y. F.; Vicquelin, R.: Controlling bulk Reynolds number and bulk temperature in channel flow simulations (2016)
  2. Paolucci, Samuel; Zikoski, Zachary J.; Wirasaet, Damrongsak: WAMR: an adaptive wavelet method for the simulation of compressible reacting flow. Part I: Accuracy and efficiency of algorithm (2014)
  3. Al-Khateeb, Ashraf N.; Powers, Joseph M.; Paolucci, Samuel: Analysis of the spatio-temporal scales of laminar premixed flames near equilibrium (2013)
  4. Fru, Gordon; Janiga, Gábor; Thévenin, Dominique: Impact of volume viscosity on the structure of turbulent premixed flames in the thin reaction zone regime (2012)
  5. Jangi, M.; Yu, R.; Bai, X. S.: A multi-zone chemistry mapping approach for direct numerical simulation of auto-ignition and flame propagation in a constant volume enclosure (2012)
  6. Karagiannidis, Symeon; Mantzaras, John: Numerical investigation on the hydrogen-assisted start-up of methane-fueled, catalytic microreactors (2012)
  7. Pizza, Gianmarco; Frouzakis, Christos E.; Mantzaras, John: Chaotic dynamics in premixed hydrogen/air channel flow combustion (2012)
  8. Shimura, M.; Yamawaki, K.; Fukushima, N.; Shim, Y. S.; Nada, Y.; Tanahashi, M.; Miyauchi, T.: Flame and eddy structures in hydrogen-air turbulent jet premixed flame (2012)
  9. Bucchignani, Edoardo; Pezzella, Giuseppe: Computational flowfield analyses of hypersonic problems with reacting boundary layer (2010)
  10. Dobbins, Richard R.; Smooke, Mitchell D.: A fully implicit, compact finite difference method for the numerical solution of unsteady laminar flames (2010)
  11. Dunn, Matthew J.; Masri, Assaad R.; Bilger, Robert W.; Barlow, Robert S.: Finite rate chemistry effects in highly sheared turbulent premixed flames (2010)
  12. Choi, S. K.; Kim, J.; Chung, S. H.; Kim, J. S.: Structure of the edge flame in a methane-oxygen mixing layer (2009)
  13. Dworkin, S. B.; Cooke, J. A.; Bennett, B. A. V.; Connelly, B. C.; Long, M. B.; Smooke, M. D.; Hall, R. J.; Colket, M. B.: Distributed-memory parallel computation of a forced, time-dependent, sooting, ethylene/air coflow diffusion flame (2009)
  14. Kassebaum, J. L.; Chelliah, H. K.: Oxidation of isolated porous carbon particles: Comprehensive numerical model (2009)
  15. Lee, K. W.; Choi, D. H.: Analysis of NO formation in high temperature diluted air combustion in a coaxial jet flame using an unsteady flamelet model (2009)
  16. Lee, K. W.; Choi, D. H.: Numerical study on high-temperature diluted air combustion for the turbulent jet flame in crossflow using an unsteady flamelet model (2009)
  17. Pons, L.; Darabiha, N.; Candel, S.; Ribert, G.; Yang, V.: Mass transfer and combustion in transcritical non-premixed counterflows (2009)
  18. Yoo, C. S.; Sankaran, R.; Chen, J. H.: Three-dimensional direct numerical simulation of a turbulent lifted hydrogen jet flame in heated coflow: flame stabilization and structure (2009)
  19. Baba, Yuya; Kurose, Ryoichi: Analysis and flamelet modelling for spray combustion (2008)
  20. Elmahi, I.; Gloth, O.; Hänel, D.; Vilsmeier, R.: A preconditioned dual time-stepping method for combustion problems (2008)

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