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Old   March 19, 2008, 20:28
Default Multi-step reaction
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jonathan
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Hi every one

Is there anyone here that ever work with multi-step reactions when working with confusion. I red the CFX manual but without being able to understand better.

I am trying to simulate a combustion made out of 2 fuels mixed together: CH4-H2.

Is it possible to create a multi-step reaction in which I could chooser for example: Methane-Air WD1 and Hydrogen-Air?

Thanks in advance for any tip on this topics

regards
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