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Old   July 13, 2004, 13:20
Default combustion
vaibhav nadkarni
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hi anyone working on combustion models plz reply to this mail. it;s urgent
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Old   July 15, 2004, 02:57
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(1)combustion is one of the oldiest known arts the human race posses.The process is widely used for food preparation, living environment treatment, landscape architecture, transport, metal and anything else procession..... (2) combustion is a chemical reaction ,where component called reactant undegoes a reaction with an oxidant. The raction is also called oxidation. The result is a mixture of products. The combustion reactions are typically exothermic (generate heat). If the reaction is enhanced by pressure wave, you might approach the detonation.

If you have got a question, problem to solve, do not be shy and tell us something about it.....

Try to describe what is not working and someone may answer. Let us see that you've tried to read the manual and documentation and run at least 1 tutorial )).

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