# Index of C++ Examples

This is an index of the C++ examples included with Cantera.

## Examples ¶

##### Blasius BVP Solver

This example solves the Blasius boundary value problem for the velocity profile of a laminar boundary layer over a flat plate. It defines class BoundaryValueProblem, which provides a simplified interface to the boundary value problem capabilities of Cantera.

##### Adiabatic Combustor

Two separate stream - one pure methane and the other air, both at 300 K and 1 atm flow into an adiabatic combustor where they mix. We are interested in the steady-state burning solution. Since at 300 K no reaction will occur between methane and air, we need to use an 'igniter' to initiate the chemistry. A simple igniter is a pulsed flow of atomic hydrogen. After the igniter is turned off, the system approaches the steady burning solution.

##### Property Calculation Demo

This demonstration program builds an object representing a reacting gas mixture, and uses it to compute thermodynamic properties, chemical equilibrium, and transport properties.

##### Freely-propagating flame

C++ demo program to compute flame speeds using GRI-Mech.

##### Gas phase transport properties

Construct a gas phase Solution object and use it to compute viscosity, thermal conductivity, mixture-averaged diffusion coefficients, and thermal diffusivities for a range of temperatures.

##### Zero-dimensional kinetics

This example simulates autoignition of hydrogen in a constant pressure reactor and saves the time history to files that can be used for plotting.

##### LiC6 Electrode

Calculate the open-circuit potential of an LiC6 electrode and activity coefficients of each species as a function of the mole fraction of intercalated lithium.

##### Ignition delay calculation with OpenMP

This example shows how to use OpenMP to run multiple reactor network calculations in parallel by using separate Cantera objects for each thread.

##### Open Rankine Cycle

Calculate the thermodynamic states and efficiency of an open Rankine cycle using a pure substance model for water.