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Reactive mixtures with the lattice Boltzmann model

  title={Reactive mixtures with the lattice Boltzmann model},
  author={N. Sawant and Benedikt Dorschner and Iliya V. Karlin},
A new lattice Boltzmann model for reactive ideal gas mixtures is presented. The model is an extension to reactive flows of the recently proposed multicomponent lattice Boltzmann model for compressible ideal gas mixtures with Stefan-Maxwell diffusion for species interaction. First, the kinetic model for the Stefan–Maxwell diffusion is enhanced to accommodate a source term accounting the change of the mixture composition due to chemical reaction. Second, by including the heat of formation in the… 

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