Improved wood–kirkwood detonation chemical kinetics

@article{Glaesemann2008ImprovedWD,
  title={Improved wood–kirkwood detonation chemical kinetics},
  author={Kurt R. Glaesemann and Laurence E. Fried},
  journal={Theoretical Chemistry Accounts},
  year={2008},
  volume={120},
  pages={37-43}
}
We report an improved implementation of the Wood–Kirkwood kinetic detonation model based on a multi-species Buckingham exponential-6 equation of state (EOS) and multiple reaction rate laws. The exp-6 EOS allows for treatment of chemical systems at a statistical mechanics level, instead of an atomistic level. Finite global rate laws are used for the slowest chemical reactions. Other reactions are given infinite rates and are kept in constant thermodynamic equilibrium. The global rates do not… 
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