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Old   September 17, 2005, 19:13
Default Looking for Laminar Flame Codes
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I am looking for a reliable flame code to calculate laminar flame speeds and to carry out laminar-flame sensitivity analysis. I would like to do the analysis for purely gaseous flames but also for flames doped with water droplets. Detailed chemistry is a must! Which codes do exist that handle problems of this kind? Thanks in adavance.
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