HISTORY OF THE METHODS/FLOW CHART
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Applications to Combustion
A level set view of these combustion phenomena views the flame front as the zero level set of a level set function. The jump conditions along the flame front, which result from exothermic expansion, create an additional velocity field, as does the baroclinic term. The flame speed depends on a local burning velocity as well as the mitigating effects of curvature (this is a flame model similar to that suggested by Markstein).
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