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Old   December 17, 2003, 02:40
Default What happens to Ash Particles??
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krishna
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Respected ppl,

I am trying to simulate coal combustion in a cylindrical combustor, i am very much comfortable with the tutorial given in Fluent manual wherein simulation is done using Non-premixed cobustion, but I am not still aware what happens to the ash particles generated after combustion, becoz if they are going to stay then there may be a lot of physics involved in it...

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