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Default A help needed in a scramjet combustion modelling in FLUENT
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Hey guys,


I'm a part III student in the UK and I'd need some help in CFD modelling of a supersonic combustion (hypersonic streams). I have finished designing the inlet operating at Mach 7, but I'm still not sure of what model would be the easiest/most convenient to use to model the burner. Turbulence will obviously be the case for such a case so please let me know the steps to get this done, since I've just got one month to go. Many thanks in advance.



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