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Default Chemistry with PLOG in OpenFOAM
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Dear all,

a lot of the newer mechanisms include a sequence of PLOG keywords specifying the pressure dependence of the rate coefficients (see CHEMKIN format for example here: http://akrmys.com/public/chemkin/CKm_inp.html.en). However, the CHEMKINFile import does not recognise that format yet.

Does anyone have an idea if those statements can be either included or if I can define the pressure dependency in another way so that the CHEMKIN import works?
Is it transferable to a another format?

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