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Old   March 24, 2004, 03:39
Default Mixture model in FLUENT 6.0
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Siva
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Hi friends

I am using the multiphase mixture model for studying air and fuel flow in a carburetor.The air enters the venturi and fuel enters in a separate passage through jet.The fuel enters into the venturi and then mixes with the air.Only a portion of the fuel should get vapourised.A mixture of air,fuel,fuel vapour should travel after the venturi.

But the problem i am facing is that fuel gets completely vapourised and mixes with the air and after the venturi only air is flowing.Do any of you can help me?

Thanks in advance Sivakumar
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