|April 17, 2013, 15:38||
Max number of (elementary) reactions in combustion modeling with Fluent 14
M Ebna Alam Fahd
Join Date: Mar 2010
Posts: 10Rep Power: 7
I was looking for some suggestions about engine combustion modeling in Fluent 14.
(i) Anybody has practical experience in using reduced kinetic model mechanism (let say, for diesel or gasoline surrogates, CH4) with Fluent 14? I know some CFD like KIVA4 can handle large no of reactions.
(ii) Other way round, what is the maximum no of elementary reactions Fluent can handle or an user can incorporate in the combustion modeling?
Thanks in advance. Sincerely, Fahd.
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