StanShock: a gas-dynamic model for shock tube simulations with non-ideal effects and chemical kinetics

@article{Grogan2020StanShockAG,
  title={StanShock: a gas-dynamic model for shock tube simulations with non-ideal effects and chemical kinetics},
  author={K. Grogan and M. Ihme},
  journal={Shock Waves},
  year={2020},
  pages={1-14}
}
A high-order, quasi-one-dimensional, reacting, compressible flow solver is developed to simulate non-ideal effects and chemical kinetics in shock tube systems. To this end, physical models for the thermoviscous boundary-layer development, area variation, gas interfaces, and reaction chemistry are considered. The model is first verified through simulations of steady isentropic nozzle flow, multi-species Sod’s problem, laminar premixed flame, and ZND detonation test cases. Comparisons with… Expand
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