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Old   May 28, 2001, 09:18
Default Buoyant plumes
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Annette Nilsson
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Hi!

How modelling a Transient, Natural convection, In enclosure, With turbulence, Including buoyancy terms, The flame is non-premixed....Easy with Fluent...is it possible? What kind of assumptions is made suitably?

Thanks in advance!

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~Annette~
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