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Implementation of Analytical Jacobian and Chemical Explosive Mode Analysis (CEMA) in OpenFOAM

  title={Implementation of Analytical Jacobian and Chemical Explosive Mode Analysis (CEMA) in OpenFOAM},
  author={Mahmoud Gadalla},
cemaPyjacChemistryModel with implementations of reaction and diffusion terms projections onto CEM for local combustion mode identification. Results are compared against reference case from PREMIX code. Implementation details are not demonstrated in the present report. 

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