FlameMaster v3.1: A C++ Computer Program for 0D Combustion and 1D Laminar Flame Calculations. This is the new version 3.1. The code is available to anyone, who seriously wants to use it. The documentation is very sparse, but the package comes with many examples for: homogeneous reactor or plug flow reactor; steady counterflow diffusion flames with potential flow or plug flow boundary conditions; freely propagating premixed flame; steady flamelet equations; unsteady flamelet equations. Requests for the package should be send to H.Pitsch@stanford.edu

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  1. Pant, Tejas; Han, Chao; Wang, Haifeng: Examination of errors of table integration in flamelet/progress variable modeling of a turbulent non-premixed jet flame (2019)
  2. Yang, Qi; Zhao, Peng; Ge, Haiwen: reactingfoam-SCI: an open source CFD platform for reacting flow simulation (2019)
  3. Zhang, Hongda; Yu, Zhou; Ye, Taohong; Cheng, Ming; Zhao, Majie: Large eddy simulation of turbulent stratified combustion using dynamic thickened flame coupled with tabulated detailed chemistry (2018)
  4. Bryan W. Weber, Kyle E. Niemeyer: ChemKED: a human- and machine-readable data standard for chemical kinetics experiments (2017) arXiv
  5. Di Renzo, M.; De Palma, P.; de Tullio, M. D.; Pascazio, G.: An efficient flamelet progress-variable method for modeling non-premixed flames in weak electric fields (2017)
  6. Gong, Xiaoxue; Xu, Ying; Mahadeo, Vinay; Kaman, Tulin; Larsson, Johan; Glimm, James: Mesh convergence for turbulent combustion (2016)
  7. Savard, B.; Xuan, Y.; Bobbitt, B.; Blanquart, G.: A computationally-efficient, semi-implicit, iterative method for the time-integration of reacting flows with stiff chemistry (2015)
  8. Attili, Antonio; Bisetti, Fabrizio: Application of a robust and efficient Lagrangian particle scheme to soot transport in turbulent flames (2013)
  9. Cutrone, L.; De Palma, P.; Pascazio, G.; Napolitano, M.: A RANS flamelet-progress-variable method for computing reacting flows of real-gas mixtures (2010)
  10. Salehi, M. M.; Bushe, W. K.: Presumed PDF modeling for RANS simulation of turbulent premixed flames (2010)
  11. Ferraris, S. A.; Wen, J. X.: LES of the SANDIA flame D using laminar flamelet decomposition for conditional source-term estimation (2008)
  12. Yoo, C. S.; Wang, Y.; Trouvé, A.; Im, H. G.: Characteristic boundary conditions for direct simulations of turbulent counterflow flames (2005)