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Old   December 8, 1999, 18:43
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xinxin
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Hi, I am trying to use FLUNT. One problem I met is that after I chose premixed combustion model, when I started to define the fluid in "boundary conditions", I couldn't specify how much air and how much fuel in the inlet. Also, can I predict the final component concentration in the outlet of the combustion chamber? Thank you.

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Old   December 12, 1999, 21:16
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Use multiple species model first, after you get some insights, then shift to run it again using premixed model.
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Old   January 26, 2000, 10:04
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Dear sir. Someone have some papers about physical-chemical processes in combustion chambre of gas turbines. Thanks.
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