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I am currently trying to develop a model for a furnace burning wood but I am having difficulty. I am using the species transport model with a wood volatiles air mixture. However, I am unsure of how I should have the wood volatiles enter the system. I am currently using a massflow inlet but I am getting some convergence issues. Is there a better way to model the volatiles being emitted from the wood?

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