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The instruments tacrni.f.zip and tmol.f.zip solve the one-dimensional reaction-diffusion equation $$\dfrac{dE}{dt} + P \dfrac{\partial (1/\rho)}{dt} = \dfrac{1}{\rho} \dfrac{\partial}{dx}\left( \sigma \dfrac{\partial T}{x} \right) + \epsilon_{\rm nuc} \label{eq1} \tag{1}$$ on adaptive, moving, non-uniform mesh The first uses Newton iteration on the Crank-Nicolson algorithm while the second uses an implicit method-of-lines (MOL) algorithm. The Crank-Nicolson solver is more-or-less what I used to obtain the properties of laminar flames propagating through carbon-oxygen compositions cflame.pdf and bflame.pdf. The MOL solver is more-or-less what I used to obtain the properties of laminar flames propagating through helium compositions. While the test problems included with the codes are quite simple, the core solvers are capable of more complicated cases.

 laminar oxygen-neon flame carbon-oxygen flame speeds density bounce laminar helium flame regimes in the rho-T plane heating & cooling

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