The kinetic schemes provided by CRECK Modeling at Politecnico di Milano are hierarchically organized: moving from the "Hydrogen mechanism" up to the "Complete mechanism: low and high temperature". All the schemes are self consistent, i.e., they already include the previous submechanisms. All the mechanisms are available with or without NOx reactions. All these mechanisms are in CHEMKIN format, they are compatible with version 3.6.2 and above.
The mechanisms are freely available.
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E. Ranzi, A. Frassoldati, R. Grana, A. Cuoci, T. Faravelli, A.P. Kelley, C.K. Law
Hierarchical and comparative kinetic modeling of laminar flame speeds of hydrocarbon and oxygenated fuels
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, 38 (4), pp. 468-501 (2012),
Frassoldati, A., Cuoci, A., Faravelli, T., Niemann, U., Ranzi, E., Seiser, R., Seshadri, K.
An experimental and kinetic modeling study of n-propanol and iso-propanol combustion
Combustion and Flame, 157 (1), pp. 2-16 (2010)
Download all the detailed kinetic mechanisms described in this section
Detailed mechanism of hydrogen and carbon monoxide oxidation, with or without NOx chemistry
Detailed mechanism of the pyrolysis, partial oxidation and combustion of hydrocarbon fuels up to 3 C atoms
Mechanism of the secondary gas-phase pyrolysis, partial oxidation and combustion of species released during biomass thermal degradation
PRF + PAH mechanism
Detailed and semidetailed (lumped) mechanism of the pyrolysis, partial oxidation and combustion Primary Reference Fuels, including PAH (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons) formation up to C20
PRF + PAH + Alcohols + Ethers
Mechanism of PRFs, Alcohols (Ethanol, Propanol and Butanol isomers) and Ethers (DME, MTBE, ETBE, DIPE, TAME). n-Butanol includes a lumped Low Temperature mechanism
PRF + PAH + Real Fuels mechanism
Mechanism of Real Transportation Fuels (Gasoline, Jet Fuels, Diesel: PRFs, heavy n-alkanes, Isocetane, Decalin, Tetralin, ...)
PRF + PAH + Real Fuels + Methyl-esters
Mechanism of Real Transportation Fuels (Gasoline, Jet Fuels, Diesel: PRFs, heavy n-alkanes, Isocetane, Decalin, Tetralin, ...), including biodiesel (light and heavy methyl-esters)
Detailed and lumped mechanism of pyrolysis, partial oxidation and combustion of hydrocarbon and oxygenated fuels. This mechanism includes all the previous sub-mechanisms (low- and high-temperature)