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Old   May 19, 2006, 11:43
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Brian
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Does anyone have experience in using fluent for pulverised coal combustion. If so, do you have any hints and tips relating to the mesh, combustion models, radiation models etc.
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Old   May 22, 2006, 07:17
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Hi Brian, there is a tutorial offered by fluent dealing with coal combustion. You should try this. It uses non-premixed combustion where you define your own pdf (coal and oxidizer), k-e-model... also you should select p1 as the radiation model for coal combustion. Regarding the mesh: are you having a 2D or 3D problem? In case of a 2D problem you should define the x-axis as your rotational axis.
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