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Where my Combustion folks at?

  1. Jun 17, 2010 #1
    I am currently working my way through the paper by W.C. Reynolds "The Element Potential Method For Chemical Equilibrium Analysis: Implementation In The Interactive Program STANJAN."

    I am working on the basic maths at this point and have a few questions. Is there anyone here that is either familiar with the paper or the method of element potentials that could answer a few questions for me?

    I figured I would throw this out there before I go ahead and start typing away. If anyone is willing to help out with a few conceptual road blocks that I am having, please respond to this, so that I know you are out there and I will post back with my question(s).

    Thanks,
    Casey
     
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  3. Jun 18, 2010 #2
    I haven't used STANJAN but I've used programs similar to it. What problems are you having?
     
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