|March 22, 2004, 11:06||
Need to reference
Has anyone here split a geometry model into a number of different models, simulated them separately and used the result from the first simulation as the boundary condition, through profiles, to the next simulation and so on?
I used this method to determine an unknown boundary condition in one of my models and to reduce the complexity of a single model.
I'm writing the report now and I need to reference someone else who has used this method. So if anyone could give me a reference, particular with combustion modelling (but any reference will do), that would be great.
Thanks for your help
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