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Old   February 8, 2013, 17:43
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Hi,

Is there anyone who have an experience of plasma analysis in air flow?

I want to perform the plasma analysis in the swirl flow. In this case, the plasma will be considered as hot source.

In the experiment, the plasma occured in very short time and has very hot temperature.

How can I set up the plasma in Fluent? If I set up the plasma as a very thin cylinder, is the plasma shoud be considered as solid?

Is there any way to set up the plasma which has a very hot temparature except considering a sold?

Thanks in advance.

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