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Old   March 27, 2009, 03:10
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can anyone guide how to specify ALUMINIUM as the particle, because when i select combusting particle options in injections, there is no option of alumium in the material type list nor is there any option to create a template material.

an urgent reply would be highly appreciated. thanks in advance.
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Old   March 30, 2009, 03:01
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i was referring to particle combustion in Fluent, i want to specify aluminum as the particle , how can i do that.

Also combustion of aluminum requires a series of reactions. Would specifying the original reactant and oxidizer be sufficient or should i mention each reaction separately in the reactions menu.

can anyone give any tips on how to model aluminum particle combustion reaction in fluent.

thanking in advance.......................
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