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. Victoria B. Stephens, David O. Lignell: One-dimensional turbulence (ODT): Computationally efficient modeling and simulation of turbulent flows (2021) not zbMATH
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  3. Cuadra, Alberto; Huete, César; Vera, Marcos: Effect of equivalence ratio fluctuations on planar detonation discontinuities (2020)
  4. Deng, Xi; Boivin, Pierre: Diffuse interface modelling of reactive multi-phase flows applied to a sub-critical cryogenic jet (2020)
  5. Sawant, N.; Dorschner, B.; Karlin, I. V.: Consistent lattice Boltzmann model for multicomponent mixtures (2020)
  6. Udit Gupta; Dionisios G. Vlachos: Reaction Network Viewer ReNView (2020) not zbMATH
  7. Yang, Qi; Zhao, Peng; Ge, Haiwen: reactingfoam-SCI: an open source CFD platform for reacting flow simulation (2019)
  8. Hernández Pérez, Francisco E.; Mukhadiyev, Nurzhan; Xu, Xiao; Sow, Aliou; Lee, Bok Jik; Sankaran, Ramanan; Im, Hong G.: Direct numerical simulations of reacting flows with detailed chemistry using many-core/GPU acceleration (2018)
  9. Radulescu, Matei I.; Borzou, Bijan: Dynamics of detonations with a constant mean flow divergence (2018)
  10. Bryan W. Weber, Chih-Jen Sung: UConnRCMPy: Python-based data analysis for rapid compression machines (2017) arXiv
  11. Bryan W. Weber, Kyle E. Niemeyer: ChemKED: a human- and machine-readable data standard for chemical kinetics experiments (2017) arXiv
  12. 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)
  13. Magri, Luca: On indirect noise in multicomponent nozzle flows (2017)
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  15. Niemeyer, Kyle E.; Curtis, Nicholas J.; Sung, Chih-Jen: \textttpyJac: analytical Jacobian generator for chemical kinetics (2017)
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  17. Bauman, Paul T.; Stogner, Roy H.: GRINS: a multiphysics framework based on the libMesh finite element library (2016) ioport
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  19. Yonkee, Nathan; Sutherland, James C.: PoKiTT: exposing task and data parallelism on heterogeneous architectures for detailed chemical kinetics, transport, and thermodynamics calculations (2016)
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