Global Data | |
Physical Constants | |
Error Handling | These classes and related functions are used to handle errors and unknown events within Cantera |
Input File Handling | |
Diagnostic Output | |
Writing messages to the screen | |
Templated Utility Functions | These are templates to perform various simple operations on arrays |
Chemical Equilibrium | |
Equilibrium Solver Capability | |
Chemical Kinetics | |
Falloff Parameterizations This section describes the | Parameterizations used to describe the fall-off in reaction rate constants due to intermolecular energy transfer |
Kinetics Managers | |
Surface Problem Solver Methods | |
Surface Problem Bulk Phase Mode | Functionality expected from the bulk phase |
Stoichiometry | Note: these classes are designed for internal use in class ReactionStoichManager |
Numerical Utilities within Cantera | Cantera contains some capabilities for solving nonlinear equations and integrating both ODE and DAE equation systems in time |
ODE Integrators | |
Solvers for Equation Systems | |
One-Dimensional Reacting Flows | |
Models of Phases of Matter | These classes are used to represent the composition and state of a single phase of matter |
Electric Properties of Phases | |
Transport Properties for Species in Phases | These classes provide transport properties |
Thermodynamic Properties | These classes are used to compute the thermodynamic properties of phases of matter |
Species Standard-State Thermodynamic Properties | In this module we describe Cantera's treatment of pressure dependent standard states (PDSS) objects |
Managers for Calculating Reference-State Thermodynamics | The ThermoPhase object relies on a set of manager classes to calculate the thermodynamic properties of the reference state for all of the species in the phase |
Species Reference-State Thermodynamic Properties | The ThermoPhase object relies on classes to calculate the thermodynamic properties of the reference state for all of the species in the phase |
Managers for Calculating Standard-State Thermodynamics | To compute the thermodynamic properties of multicomponent solutions, it is necessary to know something about the thermodynamic properties of the individual species present in the solution |