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Old   November 8, 2006, 01:01
Default Hello opaque
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We can stop gas phase combustion at a given temperature by giving extinction temperature(eddy dissipation). Can we limit the solid-gas phase reaction in a similar way in CFX-10? My main intention is not to allow these reaction to start below some temperature. Thanks in advance Devolt
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