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Old   November 23, 2010, 09:15
Default Combustion model with LFR - High temperature
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I'm using laminar finite rate to model non-premixed combustion in Fluent, but I get temperatures higher than the maximum adiabatic flame temperature.

Can anybody explain to me how this can happen? Where could the reason be?

Thanks a lot,

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