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Old   January 7, 2016, 11:01
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I have modeling a furnace with Combustion gases (h2o, co2, n2, o2).
Inlet are mixture hot gas in 1400k. I use wsggm model for modify Absorption coefficient of mixture template but when I solved it and see the Temperature distribution in this furnace the temperature at the center Increased!! rather than Entrance template!!
I use Axially symmetric
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please guide me
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