We are in the final stage leading up to the official release of Combustion Toolbox v1.0.0. One of the tasks was to build a complete documentation on how to use it to supplement an upcoming publication for a scientific journal.
I have been developing a fully customizable algorithm in pinescript for the last year in my spare time. The algorithm is based on a set of well-documented strategies, each with its own weight (weighted strategy).
In this work, we present the development of a new thermochemical code (hereafter Combustion Toolbox, CT) that can be applied to gaseous combustion problems, even with condensed species. The kernel of the code is based in NASA’s Chemical Equilibrium …
In the poster presented at the XI Mediterranean Combustion Symposium we introduced our first steps toward the development of an open-source wider-scope thermochemical tool. It’s been a while since then and we’re excited to say that Combustion-Toolbox (CT) is now available for testing.