Chem1d, a one-dimensional laminar flame code. CHEM1D is able to calculate not only with a simple one step reaction mechanism, but also complex chemistry like the GRI-mech reaction mechanisms. You can switch between several mechanisms without recompiling the CHEM1D program. CHEM1D is able to calculate several flametypes, like an adiabatic, burner stablilized, ceramic burner stabilized and a counterflow (diffusion) flame. Besides these basic types you can calculate also stretch, curvature, gasradiation with CHEM1D.
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- 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)
- de Swart, Joost A. M.; Bastiaans, Rob J. M.; van Oijen, Jeroen A.; de Goey, L. Philip H.; Cant, R. Stewart: Inclusion of preferential diffusion in simulations of premixed combustion of hydrogen/methane mixtures with flamelet generated manifolds (2010)
- Bastiaans, R. J. M.; Van Oijen, J. A.; De Goey, L. P. H.: Analysis of a strong mass-based flame stretch model for turbulent premixed combustion (2009)
- Van Oijen, J. A.; Bastiaans, R. J. M.; Groot, G. R. A.; De Goey, L. P. H.: Direct numerical simulations of premixed turbulent flames with reduced chemistry: validation and flamelet analysis (2005)