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Old   September 28, 2005, 18:16
Default Reactive flow algorithm
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Hi all, I want to set up a case were I have a chemical reaction network. I have a good fortran code that allows for any number of scalars and would like to use it for my case. Can anyone explain me what shall I do ( the algorithm) in order to implement my case or direct me to some available sources?

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Old   October 5, 2005, 19:43
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I am not sure what exactly you would like to do, but it sounds as if you would like to put chemical reactions atop of your existing CFD code. If this is indeed so, the easiest way to accomplish this is to use COSILAB_lib from Softpredict (use Google). This is a fleet of precompiled chemistry and combustion functions, available in Fortran, C and C++, that you can link in form of a dynamic link library(DLL) to your own code. This is straightforwardly done, but it is available only for the Windows OS.
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Old   October 15, 2005, 10:52
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Thnx I will give it a try

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