volume 147, issue 4, P243-261 2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.combustflame.2006.09.002
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Abstract: In calculations of chemically reactive flows, dimension reduction of reactive systems via the use of slow attracting manifolds is an effective approach to reducing the computational burden. In the reduced description, the reactive system is described in terms of a smaller number of reduced composition variables (e.g., some major species) instead of the full composition (i.e., the full set of chemical species), and the evolution equations for the reduced composition variables are solved. In this work, we addre…

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