Index of C++ Examples
This is an index of the C++ examples included with Cantera.
A 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."""
This demonstration program builds an object representing a
reacting gas mixture, and uses it to compute thermodynamic properties, chemical equilibrium, and transport properties.
C++ demo program to compute flame speeds using GRI-Mech.
Usage: flamespeed [equivalence_ratio] [refine_grid] [loglevel]
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.