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Old   November 16, 2000, 09:47
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olivier
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hello, I modelise coal burner in furnace. I have a coal flame and I would like to know the part of radiative and convective heat transfer on the load...

I need some help about. thnaks and bye
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Old   November 17, 2000, 07:34
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Angus Duncan
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Hi Olivier,

Assuming that you are interested in the heat transfer to the furnace walls then you can simply report total and radiant heat to walls (Report >Fluxes). In a furnace, the bulk temp will be some 1500 degC reaching peaks of some 1800-1900 degC, therefore the majority (>70%) of heat release will be radiant.

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