Cantera 2.1.0

Published on April 6, 2015 | Full release on Github

Some of the major improvements since the release of Cantera 2.0 are:

  • A new Cython-based Python interface, with a streamlined API and support for Python 3.2 and higher (as well as Python 2.6 and 2.7)
  • Reformulation of reactor governing equations to improve performance and robustness, especially for larger mechanisms, including the addition of reactor types specifically optimized for ideal gases
  • Improved support for reactor network sensitivity analysis
  • Support for "chemically activated" reaction rate parameterizations
  • Better support for importing "Chemkin"-format mechanisms using
  • Numerous improvements to performance and robustness of the 1D solver
  • More comprehensive save/restore feature for 1D simulations
  • Test suite coverage of the 1D flame module
  • Support for compilation using Visual Studio 2012
  • Extensive clean-up of Doxygen documentation