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Old   October 18, 2007, 04:32
Default Partial Stirred Reactor (PASR)
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I am writing a reacting CFD code for internal combustion engines and I want to incorporate the reaction rates in the species equations. I have read a lot about the Reitz-Kong method for the reaction terms. But the thing I haven't understood is, if it is the same as the PASR method. Are there any differences between these methods?

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