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R Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo, Japan Abstract The purpose of this study is to clarify the nonsteady aspects of mixing and ignition of hydrogen jets injected into air heated by rapid compression. A numerical model for hydrogen jets undergoing chemical reaction is developed on the basis of experimental findings. Basic equations of a chemically reactive, multicomponent, axisymmetric, viscous and heat conducting gas flow are discretized by the application of the second-order explicit MacCormack method and the Flux-Corrected Transport smoothing technique.