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Old   February 20, 2007, 11:53
Default steady-state finite-rate model?
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Hi,

i just wanted to aks two simple questions: Is it a good idea to do a laminar finite-rate simulation with a chemkin mechanism using the steady-state solver, if i am only interested in the steady state solutions? Or do I need to use the unsteady option in order to compute detailed kinetics?

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