Derivative of B in thermo.H (dKcdTbyKc) calculated from S and G instead of dGdT. (ported from org) For the thermos, S and G are easier to obtain that dGdT.
In our branch the Jacobian dKcdTbyKc is not used in the reaction mechanism, but it could be needed in the future.
Removing hRefConst and eRefConst thermos and adding optional hRef, eRef and Tref as optional in hCosnt and eConst. Tutorials were updated.
3): adding generalizedNewtonian to laminar turbulence model
The generalizedNewtonian viscosity models were ported from the org version and added to the laminar turbulence framework. This allows its use to compressible and incompressible solvers through the turbulence dictionary under the laminar sub-dictionary. The thermal laminar viscosity is taken from the thermo for solvers that use thermo library or from the transportProperties dictionary for incompressible solvers. At the moment the option to include viscosity models through the transportDict is still available. The icoTabulated EoS, hTabulated thermo and tabulated transport were ported from the org version All the single phase solvers are ready to use the generalizedNewtonian laminar models. Some multi-phase solver needs the instantiation of the transport. The VoF solver icoReactingMultiPhaseInterFoam is capable of using the new models.
Updating tutorial: tutorials/multiphase/icoReactingMultiPhaseInterFoam/inertMultiphaseMultiComponent