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Old   March 14, 2007, 10:46
Default Nonpremixed Combustion Model for Coal Gasification
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i'm doing a 2D modelling of chemical reactions for coal gasification process in fluidized bed gasifier.

i did the modelling by following the tuitorial of non-premixed combustion model on coal combustion. My question will be, how to change the setup of the model in order to obtain the gasification process? In other words, how to set the non-premixed combustion model so that gasification occur without combustion taking place.


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Old   March 20, 2007, 11:02
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urgent help needed here. Someone who have experience in using non-premixed combustion model to simulate coal gasification do post some suggestion here.

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