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Hi @ all,

I want to create a combustion with the Eddy Dissipation Modell. For this I have two reactions, which are valid in different temperature ranges. For example reaction 1 has a range of validity for 700K – 1000 K and then reaction 2 should be started.

The only opportunity I’ve found was the “extinction temperature”, so I can define the lower boundary for reaction 1 (700 K) and reaction 2 (1000K). But I have no idea how I can stop the reaction 1 at 1000K.

Thanks for your help!
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