Methane Combustion Simulation on Multiprocessor Computer Systems
The problem of methane combustion in air is considered. Methane flows from the well and mixes with the air, then the gas gusher is ignited. More details about this problem are given earlier by Chetverushkin et al.1
KeywordsLoad Balance Domain Decomposition Flame Front Ordinary Differential Equation Master Node
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