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Old   September 30, 2005, 11:23
Default Combustion nomenclature
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Salvador
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Just a nomeclature question

Shall I add the nomenclature required for reacting flows in the nomenclature section of the textbook and keep a common view across the Wiki or because combustion is somehow apart keep it separate, keep in mind that combustion will probably add A LOT of nomeclature.
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Old   September 30, 2005, 20:20
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Jonas Larsson
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My initial response is that we should put everything in one nomenclature. However, if the combustion related nomenclature would create a lot of double meanings for variables then it might be better to create a separate nomenclature section for that to avoid confusing people with double meanings for some variables in the nomenclauture.
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