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Old   September 7, 2012, 10:34
Default Proximate analysis and wet combustion
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this is for a coal combustion using euler-lagrangian method.

Does it matter what the moisture content is for proximate analysis (with the volatile, carbon and ash staying at the same proportions) when the wet combustion model is off?

It seems that when WC is off, the particles coming into the domain don't have any moisture content at all (h2o in this case).

Can anyone verify this?
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